[QUOTE=TSJnachos117;2712392]I’ve never used the Codeweavers version of WINE, so I don’t know what works with their software. However, DVDFab HD works just fine under the normal version of WINE.
In addition, DVD Decrypter (when set to use ASPI) and DVDShrink both work OK.
I’ve never tried using AnyDVD on Windows [B]OR[/B] WINE, so I have no idea whether or not it will work.
Did you know WINE has an official database, which shows a large variety of apps known to work/not work on WINE.[/QUOTE]
What about native apps?Crossover or Wine are interesting emulators,but before Steam Linux came out,I was more interested to try them for gaming on Linux.
TBH,and IMHO,if Linux adepts have to rely (sometimes) on Wine or Crossover to get some jobs done,I wouldn’t say that the penguin totally can replace windows…
[QUOTE=Kerry56;2712398]For decryption, there is also MakeMKV, which has a version available for Linux. I don’t know much about the Linux version however, just that it is available and updated regularly.[/QUOTE]
Now that’s what I mean!A real Linux ported dvd AND blu-ray decrypter…
Can they keep up with AnyDvd and DvdFab for decrypting the newest encryptions?