we are an educational center for disabled people, and we've bought three raspberry pi2, but we have a problem. We need some educational italian softwares (we're in Italy...), and only a few are built also in Linux. They are only for Windows or (sometimes) Mac. In a lot of forums and discussions, it seems the easiest way to execute a built-for-win program is: Wine. But it is not officially supported for Raspberry. In some topics, (https://forum.winehq.org/viewtopic.php?t=1905) they suggest that Wine
, and so that I probably need to changerequires a 3G/1G user/kernel memory split to work properly
Now... two questions and a half:
a) to "emulate" a Windows OS (to execute .exe files), do I need Wine, or there are some alternatives?
b) If the better way is Wine, how can change the config_vmsplit string?
b2) There are some other steps I have to do to execute Wine?
Thanks a lot...
Simone (for Movimhandicap)