The system load is kind of high because I have OpenSolaris running in Virtual Box. If you have OpenSolaris installed as your primary operating system or on a partition the load is much lower.
I have also had some request for additional media players and FireFox via Wine. Bordeaux and the Wine build we provide should run most of the app's that's in the Wine appdb. So if your wondering if your application will run on OpenSolaris just check the Wine application database and see how the app is ranked.
To install a unsupported application or game you will need to put our Wine Build in your path. To do this open your favorite terminal and add these lines to your .profile file in your home directory.
# Add Bordeaux Wine to path
Now when you enter wine in your terminal it will be found.
Usage: wine PROGRAM [ARGUMENTS...] Run the specified program
wine --help Display this help and exit
wine --version Output version information and exit
All un-supported apps will now be installed in .wine in your home directory. You can run :
to edit the configuration, you can also copy /opt/bordeaux/bin/bordeaux-
And add Microsoft redistributable's, dlls, registry changes, and further config Wine.
Here is more screenshots of just some of the apps Ive got running as unsupported apps with Bordeaux.
Many Applications and Games will run that we don't currently support in Bordeaux, the best way to know if your Applications or Game runs is to try it... You might be pleasantly surprised. :)
As per a request in the OpenSolaris forums I also tested SeaMonkey 2.0.2 on OpenSolaris with Bordeaux 2.0.0
Here is some screenshots, keep in mind this is in Virtual Box, and on my old crappy laptop and thats why the load is so high. :)
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B.T.W Bordeaux also runs on Linux, FreeBSD, PC-BSD, and Mac OSX.