Linux (Mint): compile dependency incompatible with Wine

• Oct 25, 2019 - 08:12

OS: Linux Mint 19.1, a derivative of Ubuntu 18.04 (current LTS Ubuntu version).

While preparing for MuseScore compilation and installing the necessary dependencies, the installation of portaudio19-dev resulted in the request to remove the following packages (among other, less important):
mplayer, wine-stable, wine-stable-i386:i386, winehq-stable

Of course, I did not remove Wine, but I did without portaudio19-dev instead. So, I had to uncheck Portaudio, PortMIDI and Jack in the compile settings (Qt Creator) and, presumably for this reason, my local build has no sound (which is strange because ALSA is working).

Sound problems apart, I find the incompatibility with Wine puzzling. Note that it is a compile-time incompatibility: a distribution package runs fine on my machine (with Wine!).

Any other noticed this issue?


On Debian 10 (stable) I have portaudio19-dev, mplayer and 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Wine installed without any conflicts, although Wine packages are named differently for me. Maybe those Wine packages are Ubuntu-specific and have some dependencies that cause these conflicts. So a possible solution could perhaps be to switch to Wine packages directly from Debian repository.

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