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You can get winetricks here, you can also use wget to download winetricks: If you are having problems you might want to take a look Wine's official wiki pages.
If this doesn't help try find what kind of live support method does your distribution provides.
Then you should be inside the container as the wine user. In the Audio tab, choose pulseaudio for each device.
The last steps are an ultimate Wine configuration and the installation of Steam (which you can skip if you just want to use Wine for Windows games/applications). In the Graphics tab, I recommend to disable windows decorations and to emulate a virtual desktop of your screen's resolution.
You might find the solution for your problems from the distributions official forum, IRC channel or mailing list very efficiently.
Try looking the distributions home page for more information. If you are dual-booting your machine, it is possible to symlink your steamapps folder from linux to the windows location.
For Ubuntu 16.04 (amd64) you can install the latest version of Docker Community Edition with the following command.
The package works fine on both i686 and x86_64 systems and already contains support for the S3 Texture compression library for open source drivers (radeon, intel and nouveau) along with all the required libraries to start playing with Steam games. Unofficial .ebuilds are available through gamerlay, progress is tracked on Gentoo Bug 442176.
It is a good idea to make a launcher for each one, and then run it before you start Steam.
KWin has less issues with compositing, but games may run slower if it's turned on.
Sadly, ntfs-3g and/or Wine are currently unable to work with a NTFS-based installation of Steam.
Steam will crash with the following error: on a NTFS partition doesn't work either.
winetricks is a easy to use tool that can install many useful resource in Wine, including the needed Tahoma font.