Apparently there is an app called “Wine” that may allow you to achieve this. I read through an article, and it specifically mentions Chromebook. The instructions on how to install it are included, you just need to do some reading:
There is also an application that allows “remote access” for the Chromebook. Here is the link and a screenshot to help guide you:
There is also AppOnFly and Parallels Desktop:
Let us know if you need anything else.
There’s a chance WINE can work, but based off of past posts it probably won’t be stable. Best off making a virtual machine to run Windows, assuming a Chromebook can handle it.
It does not work on Linux.
You can use wine to run some parts of the program, but the debugger will not work, so your development efficiency will drop considerably.
If you really want to use Linux, please install a VM and install Windows XP or later.
FEBuilderGBA is written in C# 4.0, so you will need an environment that can run it.
There are two options to use FEBuilder on Linux.
The first one is to use wine, though it isn’t very reliable with FEBuilder. Sometimes doesn’t work, sometimes it works just fine. I’m not sure about the more advanced tools like the debugger working with wine though.
The second, more reliable option is to use a Windows Virtual Machine. This can easily be done with
Oracle VM VirtualBox.
Any Windows version from XP to 10 should work (Windows 11 has been largely untested, but I’ve heard that FEBui…