The article Successfully running Dreamweaver CS6 with Wine describes the process for
Ubuntu 10.04 and Dreamweaver CS6, but should still work for your versions.
If you encounter any problems, please post them, but first have a look at this article :
WineHQ - Adobe Photoshop CS2.
The described procedure transplants an existing Dreamweaver installation
on Windows into Wine.
Successfully running Dreamweaver CS6 with Wine this evening, after
piecing together information from the following pages:
I'm currently running Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid), but will try upgrading to
I copied EVERYTHING Adobe from a Windows 7 machine into the relevant
location(s) in the
C:/Program Files (386)/Adobe/ *See note
C:/Program Files (386)/Common Files/Adobe/ *See note
*Note: I had to rename the "Program Files (386)" folder to "Program Files" for a 32bit only installation of Ubuntu. I can't comment on
64bit versions, only that to make sure you get the directory names and
Then I exported everything Adobe from the registry:
I'm not sure if ALL those registry entries are needed, but I thought
better safe than sorry, and left nothing to chance! I renamed the
exported .REG files to adobe1.reg, adobe2.reg, and adobe3.reg for
simplicity, and put them in the /home/ folder, then ran the following
commands in Terminal:
wine regedit adobe1.reg
wine regedit adobe2.reg
wine regedit adobe3.reg
Open Winetricks and choose "Select the default wineprefix" and click
next. Then "Install a Windows DLL or component". I installed the
following (again, probably overkill!):
Next go back to the selection screen, and choose "install fonts":
With all that done, I simply went to the Dreamweaver installation
folder, right-clicked on Dreamweaver.exe and chose "Open with Wine
Windows Program Loader", and it fired right up!
Hope this helps someone.
Incidentally, I also copied all the files for Photoshop CS6 and
Illustrator CS6 at the same time, but neither worked. They crash