I get this error when I try to download Winepak supported apps
Unable to load summary from remote winepak: GPG signatures found, but none are in trusted keyringI get this error when I try to download Winepak supported apps
Winepak seems not maintained anymore (last commit over 2 years ago), so i strongly recommend you to use the other Wine Wrappers available:
- Steam if it’s only about Gaming
They are all available from the App Center (Lutris only if you add the Flathub Beta Repository)
I tried Lutris downloading the game but the game won’t open
error and won’t download
And some games I want are not on steam
Then your option - the one i personally use - is to use Podman to run a Instance of Ubuntu in a Container, and inside Wine. I use this setup to run all of my Gaming needs
A Tutorial on how to set up the Container is here:
Once you’re up and running, follow one of the many Tutorials on Wine out there.
To the original problem, there is a way to ignore the outdated GPG sig. please go through these steps:
As egrath mentioned, winepak is quite outdated, not sure which game you are looking for, so I pull the current list from winepak for you to save some time:
BaseApp com.blizzard.BattleNet.BaseApp stable Overwatch com.blizzard.Overwatch stable StarCraft2 com.blizzard.StarCraft2 stable WoW com.blizzard.WoW stable Client com.leagueoflegends.Client stable Planet com.oskarstalberg.Planet stable Client com.pathofexile.Client stable Client com.worldoftanks.Client stable Cemu info.cemu.Cemu stable Notepad-plus-plus org.notepad_plus_plus.Notepad-plus-plus stable Compat32 org.winepak.Platform.Compat32 3.0 corefonts org.winepak.Platform.Extension.corefonts 3.0 d3dx9 org.winepak.Platform.Extension.d3dx9 3.0 msls31 org.winepak.Platform.Extension.msls31 3.0 vcrun2010 org.winepak.Platform.Extension.vcrun2010 3.0 vcrun2012 org.winepak.Platform.Extension.vcrun2012 3.0 vcrun2013 org.winepak.Platform.Extension.vcrun2013 3.0 vcrun2015 org.winepak.Platform.Extension.vcrun2015 3.0 vcrun2017 org.winepak.Platform.Extension.vcrun2017 3.0 Compat32 org.winepak.Platform.Wine.Compat32 3.10-staging Compat32 org.winepak.Platform.Wine.Compat32 3.8-staging Compat32 org.winepak.Platform.Wine.Compat32 3.9-staging Wine org.winepak.Platform.Wine 3.10-staging Wine org.winepak.Platform.Wine 3.8-staging Wine org.winepak.Platform.Wine 3.9-staging Platform org.winepak.Platform 3.0 Sdk org.winepak.Sdk 3.0
For example, if you want to install StarCraft2, make sure uses root permission to bypass the signature check:
$ sudo flatpak install winepak StarCraft2
Using Wine, PoL, etc doesn’t seem to work for Roblox, as the runtime ends up loading the default system browser, which won’t know how to load the runtime. Roblox would have to run within it’s own isolated environment (and a full VM is too much waste of system resources).
I did try building a stripped-down MSWin10-2004 under QEMU/KVM, but it crashes the entire VM immediately on starting the runtime. Personally, I’d rather just ban that game system from my daughter’s system, but my wife plays it too (would have to ban it at the router, as Roblox runs from the user folders, so doesn’t need admin access).
Thanks to you I downloaded lol but the game does not open. Is there a solution?
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