How To Install Wine 1.7.13 On Fedora 20, Fedora 19, CentOS 6 And RHEL 6

Edit: Due to the fact that this article is old, the installation instructions may not work anymore. In order to successfully install the latest version of Wine, please access the wine tag and open the latest article (the one on top).

The latest installation instructions for Wine

Hello Linux Geeksters. Wine 1.7.13 has been recently released, coming with the better Task Scheduler support, a bunch of new Direct3D interfaces, Windows Media Player stubs, improvements for the ARM architecture and a lot of bug-fixes.

Also worth mentioning: The Wine developers are working at making Windows Apps available for Android running on both ARM and X86 architectures, via Wine.

how to install Wine 1.7.13 on Fedora 20, Fedora 19, CentOS 6 and RHEL 6.

In this article I will show you how to install Wine 1.7.13 on Fedora 20, Fedora 19, CentOS 6 and RHEL 6.

There is no Wine repository available for the Fedora and CentOS/RHEL so we have to download the tar archive and install it by hand. Follow the instructions for your system’s architecture, in order to get a successful installation.

How to install Wine 1.7.13 on 32 bit Fedora, CentOS and RHEL systems:

Install the dependencies first:

$ sudo yum -y groupinstall 'Development Tools'
$ sudo yum -y install libX11-devel freetype-devel

Download Wine 1.7.13:

$ wget -c http://citylan.dl.sourceforge.net/project/wine/Source/wine-1.7.13.tar.bz2

Extract the archive and cd into it:

$ tar -xvf wine-1.7.13.tar.bz2
$ cd wine-1.7.13/

Install Wine 1.7.13:

$ ./tools/wineinstall

How to install Wine 1.7.13 on 64 bit Fedora, CentOS and RHEL systems:

Install the dependencies first:

$ sudo yum groupinstall 'Development Tools'
$ sudo yum install libX11-devel freetype-devel

Download Wine 1.7.13:

$ wget -c http://citylan.dl.sourceforge.net/project/wine/Source/wine-1.7.13.tar.bz2

Extract the archive and cd into it:

$ tar -xvf wine-1.7.13.tar.bz2
$ cd wine-1.7.13/

Install Wine 1.7.13:

$ ./configure --enable-win64
$ make
$ sudo make install

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