Run e-Campaign on Ubuntu Linux and Linux Mint

There're two popular ways to run Windows software on Linux: running it inside a Windows virtual machine, or inside Wine. Refer to this page for a brief description on installing e-Campaign inside a virtual machine.

Wine is a free and open source software application that aims to allow Windows applications to run on Unix-like operating systems.

This webpage describes how to run e-Campaign 14 on Ubuntu Linux via Wine. For simplicity, this tutorial assumes you're using Ubuntu Linux 18.04 or later. The instructions here should also work for Linux Mint and other Ubuntu-based Linux distributions.

The following Linux commands are executed inside a terminal window.


Using our script to automate the installation under Ubuntu Linux

Warning: the script was tested and intended for use under Ubuntu Linux 18.04 or later, or Linux Mint 18 or later.

Copy & paste the following command at the terminal window, and press ENTER.

    wget && bash

Note: installing Wine will prompt for entering your password.

If the script finishes successfully, you will notice the e-Campaign shortcut on your Linux desktop.

Double-click at the e-Campaign icon to launch the software.



Step by Step Installation Instructions

If the above one-step script doesn't work well, you can also install following the step-by-step instructions below.

Step 1. Installing the latest version of Wine

    sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386
    wget -nc
    sudo apt-key add Release.key
    sudo apt-add-repository
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install --install-recommends winehq-devel winetricks

Step 2. Creating an instance of Wine

    export WINEDLLOVERRIDES="mscoree,mshtml="
    winetricks -q mdac28 ie8

Step 3. Installing e-Campaign

    wine ecamp.exe




If you encountered any problem with the above instructions, read the official Wine reference at

The latest version of Ubuntu Linux can be downloaded free of charge at



See also:
       More info about e-Campaign
       Run e-Campaign on Fedora Linux
       Run e-Campaign on openSUSE Linux
       Run e-Campaign on Mac OS X
       e-Campaign FAQs