Wine on Fedora 28 is still broken with some windows apps, and to avoid having to individually download and then run RPM on a series of F27 wine rpms, it is possible to use dnf to do the update/replacement with the – working – Fedora 27 versions.
# dnf update *wine* --releasever=27 --allowerasing --best
This only works with dnf update, so if the F28 version is already at the ‘latest’ version, do a
# dnf downgrade wine* first, then do the dnf update… as above. Best – of course – to run this from an empty directory…
Robert Gadsdon. June 23, 2018