How to run BOINC in WINE of Linux

If you run BOINC or Einstein@Home in Linux, you can do this for performance. first, setup up your Linux environment and install WINE. second, download the executable file of BOINC of Windows platform, and then install BOINC in WINE to your Linux. And then following is the most important part. a. change directory to Program Files/BOINC b. wine boinc_cli.exe 2>/dev/null If you run BOINC in Linux before, then you will know how to go on. The command line ended with '2>/dev/null' means that WINE is still incomplete in something and it'll show some debugging information to STDERR. Therefore we redirect the STDERR to /dev/null and the console will not be filled with warnings.