Vincent Fourmond <email@example.com> (01/04/2009): > Although I admit that schroot is a neat tool to deal with that, it is > overkill in the case of wine, and much too complex for users that would > be interested to use wine: one of the public that can be attracted to > the GNU/Linux side of the game is gamers - especially now that there are > so many *recent* games that work with it. Telling them: «well, you'll > have to build a ia32 chroot to play...» is likely to drive them off for > good. I can't really see why wine couldn't embed a script to do the needed work. Users would need to call a single command to prepare the environment. It could, I guess, even be done in the postinst. Mraw, KiBi.
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