• Michael Pobega

    That's because Winepak is a separate project from Flathub. There are instructions on how to get Winepak setup on their website , with a list of applications on their Github 

    Keep in mind that not all of them work (some I believe are placeholders for future work) and they haven't been updated in a few months. Winepak also relies on Xorg to drive graphics which is still an experimental feature on CloudReady with some known issues.

    Just setting expectations, your mileage may vary. I personally had trouble getting Winepak to play nice even on a standard Debian installation.

  • nangtienngu

    My netbook can run Linux apps via project Crostini. So can I install WineHQ on Cloudready? Does it work the same as the version on Ubuntu?

  • J. Muller

    On both my Acer R11 and my Cloudready laptop I can install Wine, multiarch & update and then  Wine32 after that it should be identical to most linux wine-installs.

    So it looks to me like they are identical, though laptop-specific things may differ (GPU etc.)

    I never trieed Winepak because it seemed to immature.

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