if you, like me, also can’t wait to test the upcoming Wine package, now I have something for you.
Fortunately I found some hints on IRC Channel how to test the Wine package:
So to test the Wine package you have to patch the kernel and build a new Haiku image for now. So I went ahead and compiled a nightly image with this patch applied.
You can download the image from here:
I also managed to compile the Wine package, you can download it from here:
then extract it, and install it, with:
´pkgman install wine-6.23-1-x86_64.hpkg´
The output looks like:
~> pkgman install wine-6.23-1-x86_64.hpkg 100% repochecksum-1 [65 Bytes] Überprüfen der Checksumme für Haiku...done. 100% repochecksum-1 [64 Bytes] Überprüfen der Checksumme für HaikuPorts...done. The following changes will be made: in system: install package vulkan-1.2.203-1 from repository HaikuPorts install package libusb-1.0.24-1 from repository HaikuPorts install package libusb_compat-0.1.7-1 from repository HaikuPorts install package wine-6.23-1 from local file Continue? [yes/no] (yes) :
PS.: as it is my first post in this forum, I have to say big thanks to all developers an contributors - TANK YOU guys, you are amazing!
PPS.: I had to install two additional packages to build Haiku on Haiku_x64: “zstd_devel” and “xorriso” - is this a known issue?
I managed to build a nightly iso image with Wine package pre installed.
You can download it from here:
There is one problem: Wine wont start in a live environment.
See my post below: Wine test image - #15 by Waffel
Also still no networking support (is a limitation of current available Wine package)