The procedure goes like this: On the machine with internet, add the Wine HQ PPA, then cache just the necessary packages without actually extracting them: The same instructions can also be used for an offline installation of the `winehq-staging` packages.Ubuntu's implementation of Multiarch is still incomplete, so for now you can't simply install 32-bit and 64-bit libraries alongside each other.One may find additional information in the Debian README file located at https://cran. Installation and compilation of R or some of its packages may require Ubuntu packages from the “backports” repositories.Therefore, it is suggested to activate the backports repositories with an entry like A number of R packages are available from the Ubuntu repositories with names starting with r-cran-.If you're on a 64-bit system, you'll have to create an isolated environment for installing and building with 32-bit dependencies.See Building Biarch Wine On Ubuntu for detailed instructions for Ubuntu using LXC, and Building Wine for general information.
If you want to manually check for and install updates you can do so by opening a terminal and entering: If you wish to install Mendeley Desktop on a computer which you do not have administrator access to, please use our generic Linux packages.
We provide software packages for Ubuntu/Debian and a repository which allows you to keep Mendeley up to date using Ubuntu's software update tools.
We currently support Ubuntu 12.04 or Debian Squeeze and newer.
If you have previously installed a Wine package from another repository, please remove it and any packages that depend on it (e.g., wine-mono, wine-gecko, winetricks) before attempting to install the Wine HQ packages, as they may cause dependency conflicts.
If your system is 64 bit, enable 32 bit architecture (if you haven't already): To install Wine on an Ubuntu machine without internet access, you must have access to a second Ubuntu machine (or VM) with an internet connection to download the Wine package and its dependencies.