Announcing CrossOver 13.2.0
I am delighted to announce that CodeWeavers has just released
CrossOver 13.2.0 for both Mac OS X and Linux.
CrossOver 13.2.0 provides much greater ease of installation for Linux
users. With CrossOver 13.2.0, more Windows applications
will run out-of-the box on a fresh installation of CrossOver.
In the Linux version of CrossOver 13.2.0 we have changed our philosophy
about what to install automatically alongside CrossOver. In the past,
CrossOver sought to have the smallest possible footprint by depending
only on packages which were absolutely necessary for CrossOver to run.
Many times, this meant that our Linux users were forced to install
additional packages to get Windows applications running. With
CrossOver 13.2.0, we have made the CrossOver Linux packages depend on
many of the most common packages which Windows applications need.
Linux users can install CrossOver 13.2.0 and Windows applications more
easily than ever before.
For both Mac and Linux, CrossOver 13.2.0 includes stability
improvements for games running with Performance Enhanced Graphics.
Problems installing Adobe Acrobat have been resolved, as has a bug
registering CrossOver for users with non-Latin characters in their
A changelog for CrossOver 13.2.0 is shown below.
Mac customers with active support entitlements will be upgraded to
CrossOver 13.2.0 the next time they launch CrossOver. Linux users can
download the latest version from http://www.codeweavers.com/.
If CrossOver asks for registration, use your codeweavers.com email
address & password to register and unlock CrossOver. Email
if you need more help.
Thank you all for your support, and we hope you enjoy CrossOver 13.2.0!
CrossOver 13.2.0 - 07/09/2014
* General Bug Fixes:
o Fixes for stability of games running with Performance Enhanced
o Adobe Acrobat 10 and 11 will now install.
o Users with certain non-Latin characters in their codeweavers.com
usernames can now successfully register CrossOver.
o CrossOver now depends on several additional packages, which in
turn allows more Windows applications to run without further user
o Certain Linux kernel versions (3.14 at least) broke support for
running 16-bit code. CrossOver cannot overcome this limitation on
its own. CrossOver now detects the situation and informs the user
about it, and will also succeed in creating a win98 bottle on such