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    Cant install WINE or PlayOnLinux on fresh ubuntu 12.10 instalation !

    Hi, i know there are many threads like that, but anything didnt worked for me, and i have a fresh instalation of 12.10 ubuntu. I tried install it from software center, this is what message i get (WINE) :

    Code:
    Package dependencies cannot be resolved. 
    Details: 
    The following packages have unmet dependencies:
    
    wine1.4: PreDepends: dpkg (>= 1.15.7.2~) but 1.16.7ubuntu6 is to be installed
             Depends: libc6 (>= 2.14) but 2.15-0ubuntu20 is to be installed
             Depends: wine1.4-amd64 (= 1.4.1-0ubuntu1) but 1.4.1-0ubuntu1 is to be installed
             Depends: wine1.4-i386 (= 1.4.1-0ubuntu1) but it is not going to be installed
    and if i tried PlayOnLinux:
    Code:
    The following packages have unmet dependencies:
    
    playonlinux:
    So guys, can you help me ?

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    Re: Cant install WINE or PlayOnLinux on fresh ubuntu 12.10 instalation !

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    Re: Cant install WINE or PlayOnLinux on fresh ubuntu 12.10 instalation !

    Hello, Imo97.

    Personally, I always use Synaptic in order to install software. On Ubuntu 12.10 installing Wine1.4 with the help of Synaptic was as trivial as
    + marking "Wine1.4" for installation
    + accepting all the found and suggested dependent software packages as well
    + pressing the [Apply] button and
    + showing a little patience.

    As Ubuntu does not bring along Synaptic by default, Synaptic can be installed this way inside a terminal window:
    Code:
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install synaptic
    In case you do not feel like switching from the Software Centre to Synaptic just in order to install Wine1.4, you might install Wine1.4 inside a terminal window by executing these commands:
    Code:
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get --install-suggests install wine1.4
    HTH,
    Karl
    --
    P.S.:
    Wine 1.4 runs fine on my Ubuntu12.10 x86 by the way.
    Enlightened by Lucid Lynx, enchanted by Maya Mint, trusting the Tahr.

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