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    hi.

    i have installed wine with YaST, but it dont work. where can i find wine in suse?

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    Quote Originally Posted by neptun2211 View Post
    hi.

    i have installed wine with YaST, but it dont work. where can i find wine in suse?
    Wrong section Moved to applications

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    Default Re: wine problem!

    After installing it run a windows exe and type wine after it asks you what program to open it with. After that Wine will appear in kicker.

    You can also run winecfg in the terminal to do this step without installing a windows program.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dexter1979 View Post
    After installing it run a windows exe and type wine after it asks you what program to open it with. After that Wine will appear in kicker.

    You can also run winecfg in the terminal to do this step without installing a windows program.
    ok, tnx.
    but how can i unistall programs in wine?

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    try wine-doors!
    it seems to be better!
    also you can check this treat: where installed softwares go? - openSUSE Forums

    it's the same question as yours that i asked these days
    also wine-doors is available in dvd and one-click install

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    neptun2211 wrote:

    > i have installed wine with YaST, but it dont work. where can i find
    > wine in suse?


    Did wine fully install? Did you install it from the DVD or from the
    repository?

    By default, wine should be under '/usr/bin/wine'. If it's not, then
    something happened with the install most likely.

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    Default Re: wine problem!

    I would also suggest Winedoors if you do want to use wine without winedoors makesure you run the winecfg within this config program you can set which version of windows you would like to (emulate)create.

    Is there a specific program you are installing???

    Dave
    Last edited by kungfu; 18-Sep-2008 at 12:22. Reason: adding extra question
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