The installer used is something funky. In the past I've successfully used InnoSetup. CrossOver from CodeWeavers lets you run Windows apps on Linux. But I can't get the install to successfully complete. With a different installer I could launch SourceTreeApp on Ubuntu.
I've done some tests on WINE (CrossOver Is based on WINE) based your problem and I found one wine page dedicated to Sourcetree:
There are two test but no one was successful. I did my own tests based on wine documentation following theses procedures:
- Install the wine
- Configure wine to run only in 32-bits
- Install the .NET 4.0
- Upgrade the version to .NET 4.5
- Install some linux libs
Unfortunately the support to .NET 4.5 in wine is not working properly yet. On the test I received this message:
This component is fundamental in order to make Source Tree work and this is why is not working on wine.
However I discovered one Answer that there is a request to port the SourceTree to linux:
Hope I helped.
If any doubt remains, please let me know!
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