>>Yes, wine32 is installed at your computer. But if it was not installed,
>>then you would get the above mentioned message.
>But it IS installed and I DID get the above-mentioned message...!
Not sure, if there is still something to settle out. But to avoid
further delays, let's both always literally cite the messages we refer
You have confirmed with "apt policy wine32" that it is installed - good.
Your initial issue with running the Windows version of Gimp with Wine is
solved - even better.
GDebi tells you "Error: no longer provides wine32"
--> This is a bug in gdebi, therefore I added gdebi to this bug report, and
additionally filed #865580 against gdebi in Debian.
Synaptic tells you "The list of installed files is only available for installed
--> This is a bug in synaptic, therefore I added synaptic to this bug report,
and additionally filed #865578 against synaptic in Debian.
Finally, I mentioned that if wine32 is not installed and you start wine from
the command line you'd get a warning hint:
multiarch needs to be enabled first. as root, please
execute "dpkg --add-architecture i386 && apt-get update &&
apt-get install wine32"
So when you said in your previous message
But it IS installed and I DID get the above-mentioned message...!
did you refer to this hint? Then we'd really have a bug in the wine packages.
In that case I'd ask you to post (again) the output of thefollowing commands:
apt policy wine32
ls -l /usr/lib/wine*
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