Automatically installing and adding Wine in Linux distributions family Ububntu performed by adding specialized PPA-key. To install the emulator, go to "app Center", using the appropriate item by clicking on the menu icon in the top panel of the system. In the window that appears, select "edit software Sources".
Go to the tab "Other programs" (Other Software). Click "Add" (Add) to enter the name of the new repository for the system. In the APT line field, enter ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa. Hit "Add source" (Add Source). Then call "Terminal" by pressing Ctrl and T on your keyboard or by clicking on "Applications" - "Accessories" in the top panel of the system. Type:

sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install wine

Press Enter and wait for the end of the operation. Once the installer is complete, you will be able to see the Wine in the applications menu of Linux.
In Ubuntu family distributions, the user will also have the opportunity to install the program from the "Terminal". Open a command prompt and type:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install wine1.7

This query will automatically add the required key in the system and initiates the installation of the emulator, after which you will be able to run Windows applications.
For other non-Ubunutu (Kubuntu, Edubuntu, Xubuntu, Mint) systems, you can automatically download the installation file from the official project website. Using the browser, go to developer page and click Download in the left part of the window. Among the list of programs select the version of your operating system. Click on the link below to go to the site, where there will be the right packages to download. Choosing your distribution, wait for the download installer.
Run the installer and confirm the installation. Optionally, enter the root password (administrator) to modify certain system files. After installation you will see a corresponding notification. Click "Close" and go to menu panel graphical environment to run Wine. This installation method is suitable for Debian, Ubuntu, SUSE, Slackware, Red Hat (CentOS or Fedora) and FreeBSD. Packages for distributions are supplied in the appropriate format. During the installation process, the system may require loading additional libraries to the proper functioning of the application.