it does not exist. there is only this:
For p2v of a Linux machine you need to have a Windows that runs the Converter and you need to have an existing vSphere installation.
So even if you were able to runConverter via wine you still dont have all the required ingredients.
However you can create a VM from a physical Red Hat machine without Converter.
For the imaging part of the job all you need is dd-image.
For the patching part ( creating a new initial ramdisk and so on ...) you dont need Converter either.
google finds instructions on how to do that manually
Thanks for the advice. Could you give me a few links to the directions from google that can be used? I would like to have the end result be a image file that I can run on a vm on windows.