How to set up Winepaks on Linux - No need to mess with WINE separately as everything is self-contained
A Winepak is a universal Linux package that contains everything needed to run a Windows program. These packages have Wine (a compatibility layer that translates Windows code to run on other operating systems,) as well as the Windows program itself, and anything the application needs for it to run.
The reason developers choose Flatpak, rather than distribution-specific packages is simple: any Linux user on any Linux operating system can install and use Flatpak. Furthermore, Flatpak packages run programs in a sandbox, isolated from the system. Being isolated allows Flatpak to set up the perfect conditions for Windows software to work on Linux 99% of the time.
Some ready to install Winepaks include:
- Path of Exile
- World of Warcraft
- World of Tanks
- StarCraft 2
- League of Legends
- Fortnite (work in progress)
- Internet Explorer 8 (work in progress)
|How to set up Winepaks on Linux
How to set up Winepaks on Linux