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3.3: How much disk space will the Wine source code and binaries take on my hard drive? What other software do I need to have installed to compile and run Wine?




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This article is from the WINE WINdows Emulator FAQ, by Dave Gardner dagar@ix.netcom.com with numerous contributions by others.

3.3: How much disk space will the Wine source code and binaries take on my hard drive? What other software do I need to have installed to compile and run Wine?

You need approximately 125 megabytes of free hard drive space to store and
compile the source code. Wine also needs about 18 megs in your /tmp
directory.

As far as other software, you will need the following to compile Wine:

- gcc
- Xlibpm

To run Wine, you will need the following:

- The compiled Wine binary
- A properly configured wine.conf and wine.sym
- An installed and working X Window system
- Some MS Windows programs to test

 

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