Before going too far, be sure to run CrossOver's fix tool. From a terminal, change to CrossOver's binary directory (
~/cxoffice/bin) and run the following command:
cxfix should install the libraries most likely to be needed by Windows applications.
You can also run
cxdiag, CrossOver's diagnostic tool, to check your computer for missing libraries and other potential problems. From CrossOver's binary directory, run the following commands:
The output from
cxdiag is a list of libraries CrossOver typically needs. Additional information on resolving issues found with
cxdiag is available here.
Although we do not provide support for all of the following distributions, we collect information for each.
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