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You can allow more VRAM by editing the wine registry. Open the wine registry editor by invoking the command wine regedit in Terminal. Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER → Software → Wine → Direct3D → VideoMemorySize and set the value as appropriate. If you see no such key, create it (right-click on Direct3D, select New then String Value and name it VideoMemorySize). ...
corupted package :libgl1-mesa-dri prevent from installing: apt-mark hold libgl1-mesa-dri then installed wine32 normally and it did not break this time :-)
I decided to give up this approach and instead used PlayOnLinux which was much easier for me. Thread could be closed
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