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February 2010

WineHQ .deb packages archive

The WineHQ .deb packages archive Here you can find older .deb packages for Ubuntu and Debian. These packages used to be hosted in the official APT repository until they were replaced with newer ones. For instructions on using the APT repository to keep updated with current Wine beta packages, visit the WineHQ Ubuntu downloads page. The -dev packages are only needed if you are compiling Winelib applications. In other words, you probably don't need them. If you need old source packages, you can email the package maintainer.

Ubuntu de A a Zip: Instalar programas para Windows no Ubuntu com o Wine

sábado, 13 de fevereiro de 2010 Instalar programas para Windows no Ubuntu com o Wine Esse tutorial vai explicar de forma rápida e direta como instalar o Wine, programa necessário para instalar programas desenvolvidos originalmente para Windows no Ubuntu

April 2009

Lubi, LVPM, UNetbootin, and Bubakup - LVPM

Download LVPM 8.04/7.10/7.04 Download Partition Manager for Windows Download Partition Manager for Ubuntu Browse all downloads (additional packages for other distros/versions) Introduction The Loopmounted Virtual Partition Manager allows users to upgrade their existing Wubi or Lubi installation to a standard Ubuntu system by transferring all data, settings, and applications from the original install to a dedicated partition. The advantages of upgrading using LVPM are better disk performance and reliability, and the ability to replace the original operating system with Ubuntu. Requirements LVPM has been tested on installs created by Wubi 8.04, Wubi 7.10, Wubi 7.04, and Lubi 7.04. Partition Manager (Only Needed If You Don't Have Any Spare Partitions) Before using LVPM, you will need to have 1 spare partition for the root filesystem, and another partition formatted as swap. If you don't have any spare partitions, you can use the Partition Manager tool (short video tutorial here), boot it and open GParted, then resize your partitions and create a swap partition of equal size to your RAM, and the main target ext3 partition. Howtoforge also has a step-by-step screenshot-based guide on using the Partition Manager.