Wing has a few problems and limitations on Linux systems
1) Wing can consume all memory or crash if run with some versions of KDE or, more specifically, the gtk theme engine that implements qt look and feel. To work around this, go to KDE's setting module and in the System Settings/Application Appearance/GTK+ Appearance module change from the default to another setting and restart Wing
2) For other persistent problems on a 64-bit Linux system, such as GUI update glitches or crashing, try installing the 32-bit compatibility libraries and 32-bit Wing IDE as documented at the end of Linux Installation Detail.
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