There is a solution suggested in this post: How to configure wine to install Evernote?, explained further here: instalar-evernote-en-linux (is in Spanish but it has a lot of images)
You could install playonlinux. Once PlayOnLinux is installed, goto manage wine versions, and install wine 1.4.1 32bit.
Then click install program -> install a non-listed program -> Install a program in a new virtual drive.
Give a name for your application virtual drive (“evernote” or whatever you like), then mark Use another version of wine and select the 1.4.1 that you’ve just installed. Kind of virtual drive I choose32bit windows installation.
Browse for the installer in your drive, wait for the installation to finish and close Evernote, so PlayOnLinux can notice that the installation has finished.
This works for Evernote_188.8.131.5252 in Ubuntu 15.04.
Installing wine on arch linux is very simple
just enter following command in terminal
#sudo pacman -S wine wine_gecko wine-mono
wine_gecko and wine-mono are for applications that need support for Internet Explorer and .NET, respectively.
To create a default prefix without running a Windows program or other GUI tool you can use:
$ env WINEPREFIX=~/.customprefix wineboot -u
To have them permanently defined for bash configuration ~/.bashrc do:
Some applications (e.g. Office 2003/2007) require the MSXML library to parse HTML or XML, in such cases you need to install lib32-libxml2.
$ sudo pacman -S libxml2
$ WINEARCH=win32 WINEPREFIX=~/win32 winetricks -q msxml6 msxml3 vcrun2010 corefonts
Using fonts from a Windows partition
If there is a Windows partition mounted , its fonts can be used by linking to them.
Example, where the Windows partition is as /windows:
# ln -s /windows/Windows/Fonts /usr/share/fonts/WindowsFonts
Then regenerate the fontconfig cache:
find your windows apps shortcuts in ~/.wine/drive_c/users/your-user-name/Desktop
enjoy folks 🙂