winetricks [options] [verb ... ]
winetricks is an easy way to work around common problems in Wine.
It provides simple commands to tweak Wine settings, download and install missing Windows DLLs and fonts, or install various games or apps with appropriate workarounds for the current version of wine.
It can be used via gui or commandline. The commandline mode is intended both for interactive use and as a building block in fancier wine frontends and in automated regression testing.
winetricks with no arguments displays a GUI using either Zenity or Kdialog.
Don’t check whether packages were already installed
Show gui diagnostics even when driven by commandline
Cache isos (allows later installation without disc)
Don’t delete temp directories (useful during debugging)
Don’t install each app or game in its own bottle
Don’t ask any questions, just install automatically
Retry hard when caching scratched discs
Even show verbs that are currently broken in wine
Echo all commands as they are executed
Display this message and exit
Display version and exit
list verbs in category ’applications’
list verbs in category ’benchmarks’
list verbs in category ’dlls’
list verbs in category ’games’
list cached-and-ready-to-install verbs
list verbs which download automatically
list verbs which download with some help from the user
list already-installed verbs
list verbs in category ’settings’
To see list of available packages to install:
To install a package:
Wine checks several environment variables on startup:
If set, this specifies which wine binary to use by default
If set, this specifies the location of the default .wine directory ( usually $HOME/.wine ).
If set, this is path to system’s user data cache (default: $HOME/.cache) W_CACHE path to Winetricks’ user data cache (default: $XDG_CACHE_HOME/winetricks}
Dan Kegel, Austin English, and many others. For a complete list, please see the "Copyright" section in the file ’winetricks’.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Library General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. See <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
Bugs may be reported at http://winetricks.org
The most recent version of winetricks can be downloaded from http://winetricks.org/download/releases/
The latest snapshot of the code may be obtained via svn; see http://code.google.com/p/winetricks/source/checkout
For further information about winetricks see http://winetricks.org