I have installed openSUSE 13.1 “Bottle” 32bit and I also have Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit installed.
So, I want to run the windows applications in suse, especially Steam and Steam Games with good fps.
I installed wine through terminal by typing “sudo zypper install wine” it installed the latest version. But when I try to open wine, just nothing happens!
Even the wine uninstaller doesn’t work, forget about the windows applications, they also didn’t work and the .exe files didn’t have the wine icon!
I uninstalled wine and then reinstalled but no change.:disapointed: Please help.:dont-know:
P.S: I’m new to linux and I’m noob so please explain me the problem and the solution in simple.
suse is not openSUSE. suse is an enterprise product which you need to “buy”. openSUSE is FOSS(Free and Open Source Software)
There is a native steam client. Why are you not using it. Is the game which you are playing a MS only game ?
On Mon 09 Dec 2013 01:26:01 PM CST, vazhavandan wrote:
> So, I want to run the windows applications in suse, especially Steam
> and Steam Games with good fps.
suse is not openSUSE. suse is an enterprise product which you need to
“buy”. openSUSE is FOSS(‘Free and Open Source Software’
There is a native steam client. Why are you not using it. Is the game
which you are playing a MS only game ?
Just to clarify, SUSE is FOSS as well and free to download, you pay for
support and updates
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Yeah wine wont open anything via the main menus, most .exe’s have to be installed via right click in your file manager.
A common mistake by newcomers, its understandable.
But is there a game you want to play in windows steam you cant in the linux native client?
As you can install the native linux client via the repositories: