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    Where is the i386 wine-20050111-1fc3winehq.i386.rpm ??

    Call me dense but I found the download for every other distro except Fedora.

    Is there a link to the file somewhere I missed?

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    If you're trying to install wine, why not simply use the package manager?
    yum install wine

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    I can be found either 40 miles west of Chicago, in Chicago, or in a galaxy far, far away.
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    Do you really want/need that old version of wine, or are you just looking for wine packaged for Fedora? If the latter, then stick with the aforementioned quick yum command.

    If you are having trouble running a particular app via wine, you are often best served by installing the latest stable version of wine directly from source, available on their website, as it is pretty much always more current than that available in any distro (even the wine in Fedora 16 updates is behind the official wine release, albeit not by much).

    If you are lucky, though, the wine that comes bundle with your distro's repo will be sufficient, and that is definitely the place to start, provided that you don't require the 2005 version of wine.

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