On April 12, 2020 10:24:09 AM GMT+03:00, slackwaree <slackwa...@protonmail.com> wrote: >You don't want wine anyway. That is the shining example of badly >written software which sucked 15 years ago the same way it does today. >They tried to make it better with cedega, crossover office and what not >and failed miserably. All you could get out of it is to run basic apps >like notepad or calc even those with tons of bugs like borders, frames >missing, broken fonts, crashes etc. They claimed it can run game X,Y,Z >but who cares about it when Windows can run all games perfectly. This >is ain't the 90's man everyone can afford to have 2-3 or more PCs at >home and with all these virtualization supports like vmware, virtualbox >around which just runs perfectly windows applications in windows I even >ask the question why is wine still exist, probably it's someones pet >project who don't want to let it go... > > > >‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ >On Saturday, April 11, 2020 12:15 PM, Nikita Stepanov ><nikitastepanov...@yandex.kz> wrote: > >> Wine for OpenBSD?
Nah... Some people (like me) doesn't want to have windows at all. Sadly, karma is a b**ch and now I got a Win VM :) Yet, you won't need windows just to run a single app occasionally. I don't claim that wine is great, but it is useful . For me porting WINE to the BSD family is not worth it and utterly useless. On the other side ZFS is a more reasonable approach and if anyone asks - I think that openBSD can securely host VMs and in such use - ZFS or LVM can be quite useful. Best Regards, Strahil Nikolov