Please read this concepts URL: Concepts - openSUSE Please read the links in areas where you want more information.
Note there is rapid development ongoing in most Linux distributions, and if you do not specify the version of a Linux distribution (ie 10.3 ? 11.0 ? 11.1 ? 11.2 ? ) you make the life DIFFICULT for those who want to help you.
I will assume you are using 11.2 , but if you are not , I may have wasted my time trying to help … as things can change between versions.
Please note the zypper command line tool for installing applications: Zypper/Changes/11.2 - openSUSE
Note rpms are typically kept on repositories, and one typically installs rpms with software package managers. Stay away from the 1 click install, as that will cause you problems. Instead setup 4 and ONLY 4 repositories. Those are the 3 official Novell repositories: OSS, Non-OSS, and Update, and 1 non-official 3rd party repository Packman (which is the largest 3rd party). Just those 4. No others. None. NOT one. Only after you are an average to experienced user should you keep more than those 4 enabled. Now if you need an application on a 5th repository, add the 5th repository, install the application, and disable or remove the 5th repository.
Thats important. You deviate from the above at the risk of a loss of functionality and a loss of stability (unless you fully know what you are doing and fully understand what is on the repositories you are adding and what their limitations are)
There is guidance for adding those 4 here: Repositories/11.2 - openSUSE-Community Again, ONLY the 4 I mentioned (and the 1st 3 should ALREADY be in place, so you should only have to add Packman).
Then you can go to Yast > Software > Software Management and add “wine”.
Alternatively you can simply type:
su -c 'zypper install wine'
and enter root password when prompted.
Once wine is installed, … and lets assume you have an MS-Windows program called “autostitch.exe” in your /home/user/windows/panorama directory (that you created). Then you can run the program by navigating to /home/user/windows/panorma in a konsole and type