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SuSe had a product called WineRack for a while and then removed it from their site. It was a version of Wine that supported alot of win32 apps. Does anyone ...
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    WineRack?


    SuSe had a product called WineRack for a while and then removed it from their site. It was a version of Wine that supported alot of win32 apps.

    Does anyone know where it went? Or if there is another app comparable. This one ran Adobe products, Office XP and many 3D games.

    Thanks

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    WineRack uses winex. You gan buy it on http://www.transgaming.com . You can also download it for free via cvs. Good luck!

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