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I’m a little confused
I need more information, but then again, so do you, that isn’t very descriptive
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do I have to download all of those?
ARGH, I want to shoot myself
maybe I’ll move this thread to applications"
I moved this here from games, don’t know why I’m having such a hard time with wine
originally decided not to mess with it too much, but now I’m wanting to use it
anyway the page didn’t look too confusing at first, but now I am struggling with it a little bit
Lets start from the scratch.
1- Why you need that repo. Its for current updates of wine. Wine is there in the software management.
2- What you want to achieve by use of Wine.
3- You can find it in Kickoff menu. Just search for wine in the search bar.
4- What problem do u face?
then at the command line type winecfg
after that you should be able to see it in the kicker menu or start the windows program by typing wine windows .exe file name in the directory where it resides
that’s where it is, lol still not in the kicker, but it’s configured now
lmao how do I get to that directory? Lol use yast? Or what is the equivalent of dir in windows? I know that with windows for some reason you can’t open things with the command prompt like you could in dos, can you open things with cmd in linux?
Which directory? you mean where are the wine applications and wine itself. If yes, you can find it in your home directory. It will be hidden. Just unhide from the menu in view. You will see .wine there.
BTW if you want to run an application, just right click on it and select run with wine or run with other application and then type wine. OR you can in terminal like: