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rabidwombat

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If you've upgraded to rhel 7, you probably noticed that EPEL doesn't support 32 bit packages anymore, which makes wine incapable of running 32 bit Windows applications (aka pretty much all Windows applications).

This really frustrated me. However I came across this post which provides step by step instructions on how to get 32 bit wine working in these rhel 7 environments:

https://www.centos.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=48&t=49542

Just make sure you follow each step exactly, and make all the modifications he talks about. It has worked for me and my friends. I was then able to install playonlinux and access my previously created wine prefixes holding Artemis.

I've successfully run Artemis 2.1, 2.1.5, and the war server.
jgreene@greenemyst.com

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Or you can user Fedora 21, Ubuntu or almost anything but CentOS and RHEL 7 .... Why they think it is a good idea to completely abandon 32bit.....premature, brazen and pompous
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I am having trouble getting PlayOnLinux and Wine working on SteamOS... I am a total noob at Linux (despite being a Applications Administrator Professionally).  Any advice you would have for finding step by step guides to getting Wine working on steamOS or linux in general?
jgreene@greenemyst.com

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which Linux distro. The key is usually wine version >1.7.6 and you must be in the Artemis directory when you start Artemis.exe
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