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Lassar

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PostPosted: Fri 11 May 2018, 16:14    Post subject: Would you please compile wine mono?  

Would you please compile the latest version of wine mono?

Tried to install .net frame 4.7.1, no luck.

Want to get the latest paint.net to work in wine.
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PostPosted: Fri 11 May 2018, 20:31    Post subject: We Don't Compile Windows Applications
Subject description: We Also Don't Compile Wine Extensions
 

Hi Lassar,

This is Puppy Linux. We don't compile either Window Applications or the Extension which run under Wine. You can complain to the Maintainers at Wine that their .net Framework 4.7.1 doesn't work. But they know that. It's listed as Bronze, with a work-around, but the link to the work-around leads to a dead page. But you could try the Mono package from here: http://dl.winehq.org/wine/wine-mono/.

Note you can not install both Mono and .net Framework. If Mono is installed and you want to use .net Framework, you have to uninstall Mono, and vice-versa.

Or you could try the following: using winetricks you can install dotnet462 (which is MS .NET 4.6.2. Open a terminal and type wine winetricks dotnet462. Then you could then you could look for a copy of paint.net 4.0.16 which doesn't automatically install .net Framework 4.6.2. Or you could install paint.net 4.0.16 from here https://filehippo.com/download_paint.net/history/ which will automatically pull in .net Framework.

But, be forewarned. None of the above generated a working paint.net on my system and as the posts I found on WineHQ cautioned.

What I suggest is try using one of the several Graphics applications available under Linux. I don't know which version of Puppy you are using or I'd recommend some. For example, if you were running Xenialpup64, you might like Krita. See this comparison: https://www.slant.co/versus/5472/11484/~paint-net_vs_krita. There's an AppImage of Krita which runs OOTB.

Without my knowing which Puppy you are using, I suggest you email hamoudoudou, advise him of which Puppy and ask for his advice. Or perhaps better yet, if you're not wedded to your Puppy, post a question on the User's Section, tell them what projects you want to undertake in graphics and ask for advice as to both OSes and Applications.

mikesLr
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