Wine on Silverblue

I tried to install wine in Fedora Silverblue 32. No luck. How can I do it?

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error: Checkout unixODBC-2.3.7-6.fc32.i686: Hardlinking 2f/9ea67391201811f709a7df399ad598139277a71e4abf00e41327e6d81005c2.file to dltest: El fichero ya existe

See https://github.com/coreos/rpm-ostree/issues/1937.

I installed at some point lutris using, rpm-ostree install wine-core wine-core.i686 and then installing Lutris. Note that for that particular use case there is a Lutris flatpak in flathub-beta.

Hi, I have only 3 flatpacks installed on my SB, I have created a toolbox called desktop and installed all my software including steam and lutris with the usual dnf command . Games are running fine and all other software is far more responsive than any flat pack.

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Really? I had troubles in the past using toolbox for gaming. Mostly fps issues (games running below 10fps). Glad that works for you.

While I like my flatpak experience, the sandbox can cause certain issues from time to time.