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Well winetricks didn't help. It has an option to install a whole bunch of apps but none of them are Quicken. It also didn't provide an option to install an app from a file outside of it's list.
A lot of the missing files are in the Quicken folder so don't understand why they aren't being found. Some are from the system's \Windows\system32 folder but I don't know how to connect that folder to the wine's system.
While there are other financial apps available it's unlikely they would support the Quicken's data file, which goes back 8 yrs and is useful for doing taxes and etc.
Well it would depend on your distro but basically you install blueman and start the systemd service.
This will give you a nice overview and most of it is compatible with any distro