Follow the instructions to install AliveColors on Linux (via Wine).
Note: The AliveColors image editor is compatible with Linux kernel 5.0+ 64-bit.
You can find out the kernel version using the uname -srm command.
You must have administrator rights to install the software.
► Wine Configuration
Wine is a compatibility layer for running Windows applications.
Start the terminal.
Check if Wine is installed using the wine --version command.
Run the winecfg command to set up the Wine configuration.
Switch to the Graphics tab and select the Emulate a virtual desktop check-box. If necessary, adjust the Desktop size.
Press Apply, then OK.
► Installation of AliveColors via Wine
In the terminal, enter: wine /home/username/Downloads/alivecolors-setup.exe ("/home/username/Downloads/alivecolors-setup.exe" is a path where the program's setup is located).
Press Enter to run AliveColors Setup.
Select your language and press Install to start the installation process.
To continue the installation process, read and accept the License Agreement.
Activate the check-box "I accept the terms in the License Agreement" and press Next.
You can choose a drive to install the program.
The installation is completed.
Press Finish to exit the AliveColors Setup.
After the installation of AliveColors, you will see a shortcut on the desktop. Double-clicking on the shortcut will launch the Wine virtual desktop, and the AliveColors editor will automatically run in it.