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Deepin-wine is a compatible layer based on Wine developed by Wuhan Deepin Technology Co.,Ltd, which is attached to deepin Linux.

Deepin-wine applications are almost out of the box, with fewer bugs.

Installation

Install one of the following packages:

  • Deepin-wine32 — Deepin-wine32.
https://www.deepin.org || deepin-wine32AUR
  • Deepin-wine5 — Deepin-wine5.
https://www.deepin.org || deepin-wine5AUR
  • Deepin-wine5 stable — Deepin-wine5 stable.
https://www.deepin.org || deepin-wine5-stableAUR
  • Deepin-wine6 stable — Deepin-wine6 stable.
https://www.deepin.org || deepin-wine6-stableAUR

List of Deepin-wine applications

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  • Deepin-wine DingTalk — DingTalk Client on Deepin-wine.
https://www.dingtalk.com/ || deepin.com.dingtalk.comAUR
  • Deepin-wine Foxmail — Foxmail on Deepin-wine.
https://www.foxmail.com/ || com.foxmail.deepinAUR
https://im.qq.com/ || com.qq.im.deepinAUR
  • Deepin-wine QQEIM — QQEIM on Deepin-wine.
http://b.qq.com/ || deepin-qq-eimAUR
https://im.qq.com/ || deepin.com.qq.im.lightAUR
  • Deepin-wine QQMusic — QQMusic Client on Deepin-wine.
https://y.qq.com/ || com.qq.music.deepinAUR
https://office.qq.com/ || com.qq.office.deepinAUR, or from Spark Store: com.qq.tim.sparkAUR
https://pc.weixin.qq.com/ || com.qq.weixin.deepinAUR, or from Spark Store: com.qq.weixin.sparkAUR
https://work.weixin.qq.com/ || com.qq.weixin.work.deepinAUR

Troubleshooting

Deepin-wine applications fails to start

In desktop environments that are not based on GNOME, such as KDE, deepin-wine applications will not start.

To solve this problem, you need to install xsettingsd, and then set /usr/bin/xsettingsd to autostart, see Autostarting#On desktop environment startup.

This problem will be solved after re-login or reboot.

See also