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Have you tried installing a different version of Wine ?
Firstly open the synaptic package manager , either from the menu or from terminal : sudo synaptic
then do a search for Wine and see which builds are available to install, you can also add the wine PPA to add newer builds into the repo, maybe check out this guide here :
If i am not mistaken the latest build of Wine is version 6.2.2. the guide is for 6.0 but its the same concept, after you add the PPA just look in synaptic for 6.22 and install it.
If you are still having issues i would suggest you try using Playonlinux or Crossover office, both these Linux applications provide Wine scripts for compatibility with windows apps.
- This reply was modified 1 year, 11 months ago by raymerjacque.
you are trying to boot 2 operating systems from one grub. the best thing for you to do is to boot into mint ( since this was your primary os before installing makulu ). run “grub customizer” ( if you dont have it, install it and run it ). let it detect all operating systems installed and their partitions. it should show both mint and makulu in the menu. then save and exit grub. then reboot your pc and both should now be listed and both should boot.
if you have any problems after this let us know.
thats an icon glitch with the iconset… i will look into it when i have time. Altho its not priority at the moment, i have a lot of other things on my plate, but ive added it onto my todo list 😀
ok, so now i know how to fix your wifi problems in other builds… 😀
what do you think of shift so far ? Beautiful yes ? 😀
well, its still in development stages so we are not selling passwords yet. For now you can use the temporary password ( all small letters ) :
password : test