Until /sci/ or /tech/ return, or if they ever return at all, I'd like to share something with the Lainchan community here.
If you are on Linux and need to install .NET Framework 4 within Wine, I have found out how. If you run the install script in PlayOnLinux, it likely returns an error message because of file mismatches. I think I know a workaround. Download the .NET Framework 4 file.
>https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=17718>Download the stand-alone file, not the web installer.
In PlayOnLinux, make a 32 bit virtual drive, use Wine version 2.5 and configure wine as Windows 7.
>This may work for 64 bit POL virtual drives and it may work with the 64 bit version of .NET Framework 4, but I have not tested this.
Now, if you are using Ubuntu or Mint, set each of these files to 0.>/proc/sys/kernel/yama/ptrace_scope>/etc/sysctl.d/10-ptrace.conf
Now, run the .NET Framework 4 .exe in the virtual drive. It should install and work, and any applications that use it should work. I have had no problems. This may be common knowledge to many of you, but for those like me who do not know, I hope this helps.