winepak-feat.jpgFlatpak is a universal packaging format for Linux. It’s a favorite among third-party vendors and proprietary software developers because it allows them to package their Linux programs once and distribute them across all distributions. Recently, some creative developers decided to apply that philosophy to running Windows games on Linux with Wine. Every game needs its own unique configuration to run, and that excludes a lot of would-be users. With Flatpak, though, developers can pre-package that configuration, allowing you to install a Wine game like any other Linux application. They dubbed this process Winepak. Install Flatpak Of course, the first thing that you’ll need is Flatpak…. Read more

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