Im trying to move the windows store to a linux system to run it using wine. Is this even possible? If so, where is the windows store located, and what are other necesarry files i need to transfer? I have already copied over the 4 folders from WindowsApps/Microsoft.Windows.Store[long string here] but the WinStore.App.exe doesnt do anything, except give an error message (even on my Windows 10 PC, the microsoft store from the start menu works fine) Now, can anyone help? Cheers! ^^
Presenting Ramhound's comment as an answer, since it is the answer:
Windows Store app is a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application.
Some report some success running certain UWP applications in WINE:
But this is probably very dependent on HOW these apps utilize UWP. If they are otherwise self-contained WINE-compatible executables that are just packaged was UWP in order to be found in the Store, they may work, but there are aspects of UWP that are not supported in WINE.
The Windows Store app itself only really exists to download and install other apps and keep them updated, a function that WINE would be hard pressed to support.
Taking a few steps back and questioning your assumptions, I wonder if you're trying to use some other Windows Store app on your Linux computer, and it would be better to focus on THAT, rather than trying to get the entire store running in Linux.