> The wine port only works on i386:
> # grep ARCHS /usr/ports/emulators/wine/Makefile
> If I understood correctly, the problem is that wine is a 32-bit
> program. See http://wiki.winehq.org/WineOn64bit
> It would need 32-bit versions of all the libraries that it uses. The
> FreeBSD ports system doesn't currently isn't equipped to handle
> this. Not that this would be impossible, but nobody has bothered.

I know that is must be possible, 64bit Linux's run 32bit wine apps.

Gentoo Linux and OpenSuse amd64 editions, work with wine
I use one of these two to Play World of Warcraft on my notebook.

I Would use FreeBSD but suspend resume on i386 has issues, and
no 64bit nvidia, so I am stuck with Linux on my Laptop for the moment.

Sam Fourman Jr.
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