Winetricks For Mac

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What is winetricks?

Winetricks is a helper script to download and install various redistributable runtime libraries needed to run some programs in Wine. These may include replacements for components of Wine using closed source libraries.

Note: Although using winetricks may be very useful for getting some programs working in Wine, doing so may limit your ability to get support though WineHQ. In particular, reporting bugs may not be possible if you've replaced parts of Wine with it. See Reporting bugs after you have used Winetricks below.

Note: Some of the packages listed below may not work well with older versions of Wine. As always we recommend you use the latest version of Wine.

Getting winetricks

The script is maintained by Austin English at https://github.com/Winetricks/winetricks. The latest release is available at https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Winetricks/winetricks/master/src/winetricks. Right-click on that link and use 'Save As' to save a fresh copy.
Alternatively you can get winetricks, using the commandline, with the command:


Also, some winetricks 'packages' require a few external tools to be installed, namely: cabextract, unzip, p7zip, wget (or curl). For GUI support, either zenity or kdialog.
Linux users can usually get these via their distribution's package management system.

Using winetricks

Once you've obtained winetricks you can run it simply by typing sh winetricks at the console. You can also use ./winetricks if you chmod +x winetricks first. If run without parameters, winetricks displays a GUI with a list of available packages. If you know the names of the package(s) you wish to install, you can append them to the winetricks command and it will immediately start the installation process. For example,

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will install both the corefonts and vcrun6 packages.

Options

Version 20200412 help text:

Tip: As with all Wine commands, winetricks knows about the `WINEPREFIX` environment variable. This is useful for using winetricks with different Wine prefix locations. For example,

installs the mfc40 package in the `~/.winetest` prefix.

Tip: Users with more than one version of Wine on their system (for example, an installed package and an uninstalled Wine built from git) can specify which version winetricks should use. For example,

installs the mfc40 package using the Wine in the ~/wine-git directory.

Reporting bugs after you have used Winetricks

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Please do not report bugs if you have used winetricks to install native (ie non Wine) files, as we cannot support Microsoft dlls.

Using winetricks to install gecko, mono, and fakeie6 options is acceptable for bug reports - just be sure to mention that's what you've done.

Additionally if you found it necessary to use winetricks for an application please mention it when submitting to the AppDB, mailing lists, and other Wine resources.

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Reporting bugs *in* Winetricks

Winetricks has a bug tracking system at https://github.com/Winetricks/winetricks/issues, please use it. If you don't want to get an account there to file a bug, posting on the wine user forum may also eventually get noticed.

How to remove things installed by Winetricks

It's easy to install an entire wineprefix, so by default, winetricks installs each app into its own Wine prefix, and offers an easy way to remove wineprefixes and the menu items they created.

Winetricks does not provide a way to uninstall individual apps or DLLs inside a Wine prefix. This is for several reasons, but mainly because the preferred way to uninstall anything in Wine is to simply install into a fresh Wine prefix. (Yes, it would be nice to have uninstallers for everything, but I don't need it myself. Patches welcome.)

If for some reason, you still don't want to fiddle at all with your Wine prefixes, Wine does offer a built-in Uninstaller program. Like the Windows 'Add/Remove Programs' applet though, it only recognizes programs installed by well-behaved Windows installers that respect the registry, like InstallShield or WISE. There are no guarantees it will work with a program installed by Winetricks or other installers like .msi packages.

Installing winetricks

It's not necessary to install winetricks to use it. You may choose to install winetricks in a global location so you can just type winetricks on the command line. Some Linux distributions include winetricks in their Wine packages, so you don't have to download it separately. You probably do want to follow these steps, if the distributions packaged winetricks version lags behind the current winetricks release (e.g. Debian/Ubuntu users).

To download and install your own copy of winetricks, you can install it manually like this:

Winetricks For Mac High Sierra

For

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To download and install the (separate) BASH completion script for winetricks:

See Also

Winetricks macports
  • http://www.cabextract.org.uk/ -- cabextract is a tool for extracting MS cabinet files under Unix environments.
  • http://mike.kronenberg.org/index.php?s=trix (Darwine now comes bundled with trix, a gui that invokes winetricks)
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