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Microsoft Office (installer only) 2010 (32 bit)



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NameMicrosoft Office (installer only)
Version2010 (32 bit)
License Retail
URLhttp://www.msoffice.com
Votes 16
RatingPlatinum
Wine Version1.7.22
Maintainers of this version:
Description

Retail release June 15, 2010

This entry is just for testing the installer of Microsoft Office 2010 (aka Office 14) office suite.

Reports on specific programs included in Office 2010 should be submitted to their respective AppDB entries.

Office 2010 is available in 7 editions and 4 different licenses:

  • Starter (OEM)
  • Home & Student (Retail)
  • Standard (Retail or volume)
  • Home & Business (Retail)
  • Professional (Retail)
  • Professional Academic (Academic)
  • Professional Plus (Retail or volume)
When reporting test results, please follow the Guidelines for Submitting Test Reports below (scroll down to notes section).
Selected Test Results (selected in 'Test Results' table below)

What works
Professional Plus Installer completes with typical installation in a 32-bit wine prefix.


What does not
A message that some updates could not be applied. It did not fail the installation though.


What was not tested


Additional Comments


Test Results
DistributionTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?RatingSubmitter
CurrentopenSUSE 13.1 x86_64Jul 15 20141.7.22 Yes Yes Platinum Raf J 
ShowUbuntu 14.10 "Utopic" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)May 13 20141.7.18 Yes Yes Platinum P Ventura 
ShowFedora 20 x86_64Apr 11 20141.7.16 Yes Yes Platinum KiXaM 
ShowLinux Mint 16 "Petra" x86_64Mar 28 20141.7.15 Yes Yes Platinum Richard Holmes 
ShowGentoo Linux AMD64Oct 27 20131.7.4 Yes Yes Silver genstorm 


Known bugs
Bug # Description Status Resolution Other apps affected
18070 Multiple apps need separate msi custom action server process due to COM/MTA and/or isolation issues (Adobe CS3/CS4, Flash, Windows SDK 2008, Strawberry Perl, MS Office 2010) NEW View
30033 Office 2010 Standard, Pro Plus: Volume activation fails NEW View
30260 Office 2010 SP1 & SP2 installers report failure NEW View
33258 Visio 2010 and Office 2010 installed in the same prefix fails UNCONFIRMED View

 
Guidelines for submitting test reports
  1. Test in a clean wineprefix, using plain Wine. 
  2. Specify exactly which edition of Office 2010 you tested (Standard, Pro, etc.). This is crucial--bugs that affect one edition may not affect others.
  3. Specify exactly what type of ­install you tested (Typical, Custom, Minimal, etc.)
  4. Limit your report to the installer only. Reports on the performance of individual apps should be filed under their respective AppDB entries. Problems with running any of the apps should only be mentioned if it is clear that it is due to a problem with the installer.
  5. If you used any overrides during the install, please list them and explain exactly what problem each override was needed to solve.
  6. Test reports that do not follow these guidelines will be rejected. ­

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HOWTO

­(2013-12-23)

Office 2010 has been installable in 32 bit Wine beginning with 1.3.9; however, versions prior to 1.3.35 suffered from bug 25476. This bug was fixed as of 1.3.35; if you are using an older version of Wine, upgrade.

­­­­­Beginning with Wine 1.5.6, wine-mono is required for supported configurations. If your distro does not provide a wine-mono package, follow the instructions on http://wiki.winehq.org/Mono  to install it. ­­

If installing Office Professional Plus in a Wine version older than 1.5.6, see the note below for additional steps that must be taken prior to running the installer. These steps should not be needed for 1.5.6 and later provided wine-mono is installed on your system.

Make sure all dependencies of Wine are installed on your system, including winbind.

Install Office 2010 to a clean wineprefix--no winetricks or other tweaks, and no other applications installed. Do not change the Windows version in winecfg; it should remain at the default setting of XP.

Note: If you have 64 bit Wine installed on your system, you must create a 32 bit wineprefix for Office 2010 using the WINEARCH=win32 environment variable. ­

Follow the instructions in http://wiki.winehq.org/FAQ  for creating a 32 bit wineprefix, running an installer, and using wineprefixes. 

After installing, set riched20 to native, builtin in winecfg to enable Powerpoint to start and selection boxes to display correctly. Do not use winetricks; Office installs its own riched20 to a private directory, and the one installed by winetricks is insufficient. This override may be set globally if Office is installed to a separate wineprefix (recommended). If other applications are installed to the wineprefix (strongly discouraged), either set the override individually for each Office application, or set riched20 to builtin individually for the non-Office applications, as non-Office applications will not be able to find the riched20 installed by Office.


     
    HOWTO: Office Professional Plus Workarounds for Wine versions without wine-mono

     (2012-06-04)

    Office Professional Plus does not require .NET to be installed, but if it detects that it is installed, it will look for a machine.config file. This will fail on Wine versions without wine-mono installed (i.e., versions prior to 1.5.6).

    The recommended solution is to install wine-mono. The instructions below are provided solely for those who are unable to upgrade to a version of Wine supporting wine-mono.

    There are two ways to work around this without installing wine-mono:

    1. Copy a machine.config file from a native Mono install to the wineprefix's drive_c/windows/Microsoft.NET/Framework/v2.0.50727/CONFIG directory. 
    2. Delete all .NET-related registry keys.

    Installing winetricks dotnet20 will also work around the bug; however, because that will install native dlls that may cause other problems, it is not recommended.

    The above workarounds must be done before running the installer. If you do not, and the installer fails, you must delete that wineprefix and start fresh, as the rollback process leaves behind something that prevents subsequent attempts from succeeding, even with one of the workarounds applied. Note also that a rolled-back install leaves running processes that must be killed manually. 


     
    Known regressions

    (2012-12-04)

    There are known regressions affecting the Office 2010 installer in the versions of Wine listed below. Do not attempt to install in them.

    • 1.5.18
    • 1.3.30
    In addition, Office 2010 is not installable in any version prior to 1.3.9; this includes all 1.2.x versions.

     




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