Speaking of Wine and installing software. Instead of getting possibly not-updated version by downloading this deb... Run your terminal and type:Yeah, I was wondering why people were downloading the .deb's manually.sudo apt-get wineType your password (unix isn't showing your password even as stars when typing), and hit enter.
Also, if someone wants to play game that doesn't support ogl:http://lubuntu.wordpress.com/2007/08/18/instalacja-cedega-cvs/
sudo apt-get install wineor aptitude instead of apt-get.
Different Linux distros have different package managers and thus require different commands, of course. I'm sure this doesn't work only for Ubuntu and variants.
KcLKcL, of course there's 64-bit wine. If you install wine using your package manager you'll probably get binaries with the same target as your kernel, so if you're on 64-bit you'll get a 64-bit wine.