Darling

Have you ever tried Wine? No, not any type you can drink. The one that lets you run Windows application on Linux. Yep, Wine is great for those time when you need to run that favorite Windows application on your favorite Linux distribution. I’ve never had to use it other than for testing, but a lot of people have, and still do. Enough about Wine, let me tell you about Darling…

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What is it?

Darling does for macOS applications what Wine does for Windows applications. It enables them to run on Linux. Many of them, anyway, because running graphical macOS applications on Linux via Darling is still a work in progress. I have a MacBook Air, but have no intention of running anything from the Mac world on my Linux machine. If you do, head on over to Darling’s home page for all the info you need to install and run it.

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