Re: Windows program on Debian
On 09/06/2017 03:11 AM, email@example.com wrote:
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On Wed, Sep 06, 2017 at 10:10:37AM +0800, 黃世緯 wrote:
My computer is 11 years old, with single-channel ram, 80GB IDE hard
The most important thing is the virtualisation, is it okay to
install Windows programme on linux?
The most important thing wrt virtualization is, as far as I understand,
whether the CPU supports it: if it doesn't you still can virtualize,
but it will be slow.
Assuming your hardware is X86-based, Wikipedia  has a pretty good
explanation of the things involved.
See for example this  on how to find out whether your hardware
Of course, having some RAM helps a lot.
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Do you have Wine on your machine? Many Windows programs run under wine.
Install wine to the machine. Now download the windows .exe file to your
download directory, then open the download directory in a terminal window,
type wine filename.exe and it should install, if it can, and usually it
an icon on your desktop. If all goes well, you can just click on the
(If the app is 64-bit, it won't work on a 32-bit machine, of course.)