[Coco] VCC configuration discussion

Barry Nelson barry.nelson at amobiledevice.com
Mon Jul 11 09:19:55 EDT 2016

Well, I did find this:
It doesn't exactly create a Linux application like WineBottler creates a Mac application, but it does manage Windows applications running under Linux using Wine. Not quite the same, but close. It is still different from WineBottler on Mac though, because that creates a standalone application that does not require a separate installation of Wine or WineBottler to run, as they are bundled into the created application.

> Francis Swygert farna at att.net 
> Mon Jul 11 06:28:51 EDT 2016
>> Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2016 11:15:40 -0400
>> From: Barry Nelson <barry.nelson at amobiledevice.com>
>> You can install a Windows application using Wine under Linux, but I am not aware of a Wine Bottler application for Linux. I don't think there is one, mainly because Linux does not use application packages like Mac does.
> Frank Swygert
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> The free version of Wine may not have a bottler, but the Codeweavers supported version does. I bought that some time ago, mainly because it has a streamlined Windows program installation process. 

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