Joined: July 2004
||Posted: Nov. 21 2007,04:01
The "embedded" verisions are the same as the originals, with the exception that they are tailored for use within the Qemu operating system emulator. This emulator allows you to run DSL within another operating system. This would probably not be ideal for running "high end" games that want as much of your system resources as you can spare, since you are essentially running two operating systems simultaneously on the same hardware.
many modern games require things such as OpenGL, which is not available in a default DSL system, so in those cases you will need to install XFree86, or at least OpenGL or Mesa
GNU Utils is a collection of basic utilities that in DSL are provided by Busybox. Busybox is a single executable that is very small, but is limited in functionality when compared to the basic utilities you would get in most other modern Linux systems. gnu-utils provides the GNU versions of many of these tools
I can't help you with wine, but I believe there are other DSL users here that have been using it