I have successfully been using wine since 2013, after several years of unsuccess via Fedora Linux. I have been able to run MP3 software MusicMatch (circa 2000), and QImage (2013/14), and the IBM World Book Encyclopedia (2000). I want to run other Windows software, but even using Q4Wine it is very difficult to setup and go. I get "missing libs" errors. I want to run Caillou CD-ROM game I bought in 2004-ish. Won't run before but I'll give it another try. Still has a long way to go.
Really good!! Wine works fine!
As time goes on, this software suite keeps getting better, and its usefulness cannot be overstated. In 10 years time, this project will be just as important as it is today, and will probably become the only way to run what will then be "old" software, when writing for Windows was the norm. I've been an avid user since the nineties, and I can honestly say I've been able to run Windows programs on Linux that I would otherwise have to had run on (native) Windows. The source code is not bad, either. Wine hackers: Keep up the good work, and thank you so much for working on this project!
Wine is the best! Thanks.
Thanks for Wine, it's excellent!