This guide will show you steps to install Wine on Linux Mint 20. Also, you will learn how to remove it once you no longer require this software on your system.
Wine is an open-source, free and easy-to-use program that enables Linux users to run Windows-based applications on Unix-like operating systems.
Wine is a compatibility layer for installing almost all versions of Windows programs.
The APT is the tool, commonly used to install packages, remotely from the software repository.
Basically, it's a simple command based tool that you use to install files/software. Complete command is apt-get and it's the easiest way to install files/Software packages.
To uninstall a program in Linux:
To uninstall a program, use the “apt-get” command, which is the general command for installing programs and manipulating installed programs.
For example, the following command uninstalls gimp and deletes all the configuration files, using the “ -- purge” (there are two dashes before “purge”) command.
How do I delete apt repository?
Whenever you add a repository using "add-apt-repository" command, it will be stored in /etc/apt/sources. list file.
To delete a software repository from Ubuntu and its derivatives, just open the /etc/apt/sources.
List file and look for the repository entry and delete it.