Digital Photo Professional

Application Details:

Version: 4.x
License: Free to use
Votes: 37
Latest Rating: Garbage
Latest Wine Version Tested: 3.0

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What works

Everything tested - 16-bit TIFF export with sRGB color profile, CR2 photo view/edit, downloading and applying lens correction data, etc.

As reported elsewhere,  you must use winetricks to get things working properly.  The installer has a hard dependency on msxml3 but otherwise seems to work well.  The debug console reports some issues with wininet during installation as well,  but these appear to be nonfatal.  Unsure if this is a hard dependency on the application as well, since it was installed when the application was run.

For the application runtime - unfortunately, it seems that Mono (even the version distributed by Xamarian) does not work properly.  You must use winetricks to install dotnet45 in order to launch the desktop application.

What does not



What was not tested

The software is complex, and only used for a few days.  Many functions were not tested, but basic functionality works (including networking).

 The camera remote control does not work, but you can use darktable.

Hardware tested


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Additional Comments

Use winetricks to install msxml3 and wininet or the installer will crash. Use a clean 32-bit wine prefix.

selected in Test Results table below
Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
ShowArch Linux x86_64Mar 13 20183.0Yes Yes NoGarbagelesebas 
ShowFedora 27 Beta x86_64Feb 10 20182.0.4-stagingYes Yes YesGoldgireesh kumar k m 
ShowDebian GNU/Linux 9.x "Stretch" x86_64Dec 27 20172.0.3-stagingYes Yes NoPlatinumIvan 
ShowopenSUSE Tumbleweed (rolling release)Oct 17 20161.9.20No, but has workaround Yes GoldKarl Cheng 
CurrentUbuntu 15.10 "Wily" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Mar 26 20161.9.6No, but has workaround Yes Goldan anonymous user 

Known Bugs

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All fetures working fine: Debian GNU/Linux 9.x "Stretch" x86_64
by Ivan on Thursday January 18th 2018, 15:03
I'm use all features like on windows and all perfect working! much more faster than on virtualbox and faster than digiKam also.
RE: All fetures working fine: Debian GNU/Linux 9.x
by Andrey on Friday January 19th 2018, 16:14
Could you please describe all the steps to make DPP start?
I've passed a very long quest to make it run (export export LANG=en_US.UTF-8, increased open file handles limit, put native mscoree.dll and mscorees.dll in DPP's folder, applied some packages not available to winetricks and so on), but finally DPP raises a bunch of errors and starts for a about 3 minutes :(
* Linux Manjaro x64 with latest wine
* можно на русском :)
DPP 4.4.30 Install on Ubuntu 16.04 and Wine 1.9.18
by tom on Wednesday September 14th 2016, 7:56
After selecting Windows version 8.1 in winecfg and installing msxml3, I successfully run dppw4.4.30-installer.exe and installed the software. This created a launcher icon on my desktop. Unfortunately the launcher icon doesn't go beyond the DPP splash screen. Nothing happens and no error message is displayed. After reading the comments posted here I attempted to install dotnet45 (or earlier versions), but the install displays the following warning messages and fails:

This package does not work on a 64-bit installation
dotnet45 does not yet fully work or install on wine. Caveat emptor.
Mono does not appear to be installed.
If install fails, set /proc/sys/kernel/yama/ptrace_scope to 0. See
Working around wine bug 34803

Any suggestion on how to launch DPP is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance for your help.
RE: DPP 4.4.30 Install on Ubuntu 16.04 and Wine 1.9.18
by tom on Thursday September 15th 2016, 15:45
After some research, I found out that the root cause of my troubles was merely the use of a 64-bit wine prefix. The switch to a newly-created 32-bit prefix solved my problem and enabled me to successfully complete the install.