Run e-Campaign on openSUSE

Wine is a free and open source software application that aims to allow Windows applications to run on Unix-like operating systems.

This webpage describes how to run e-Campaign 11 on openSUSE via Wine. For simplicity, this tutorial assumes you're using openSUSE 13.1 or later. The following Linux commands are executed inside a terminal window.


 

Using our script to automate the installation under openSUSE

Warning: the script was tested and intended for use under openSUSE 13.1 or later

Copy & paste the following command at the terminal window, and press ENTER.

    wget lmhsoft.com/suse.sh && bash suse.sh


Note: installing Wine will prompt for entering your password.

After the script finishes successfully, you will find e-Campaign among your applications.

Click at the e-Campaign icon to launch the software.


 

 


Step by Step Installation Instructions

If the above one-step script doesn't work well, you can also install following the step-by-step instructions below.


Step 1. Installing the latest version of Wine

    sudo zypper install wine


Step 2. Creating a 32-bit instance of Wine

    echo 'export WINEARCH=win32' >> ~/.bashrc
    export WINEARCH=win32
    if [ -d ~/.wine ]; then mv ~/.wine ~/old_wine; fi
    winetricks -q mdac28 ie8


Step 3. Installing e-Campaign

    wget lmhsoft.com/ecamp.exe
    wine ecamp.exe

 

 

References

If you encountered any problem with the above instructions, read the official Wine reference at http://en.opensuse.org/Wine

The latest version of openSUSE can be downloaded free of charge at http://www.opensuse.org

 

 

See also:
       More info about e-Campaign
       Run e-Campaign on Ubuntu Linux
       Run e-Campaign on Fedora Linux
       Run e-Campaign on Mac OS X
       e-Campaign FAQs
       Screenshots