Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Tanagra under Linux

The users ask sometimes "Can I use Tanagra under Linux?" The answer is YES and NO.

NO, we cannot execute natively Tanagra under Linux. It is a 32-bits program for Windows.

But YES, we can run Tanagra under Linux using WINE, a famous Linux application which allows us to run Windows programs on Linux. We can then take all the advantages of Tanagra without asking any questions about compatibilities.

In this tutorial, we show how to install and run Tanagra under Ubuntu (a free of charge version of Linux) using WINE. We can fully use Tanagra in the Linux environment.

Keywords: linux, ubuntu, wine
Tutorial: en_Tanagra_under_Linux.pdf
Ubuntu, http://www.ubuntu.com/
Wine, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wine