Hi everyone, i have a small problem with wine, i updated to wine wine-1.5.12-3, now by default wine command is not working, i get:wine
-bash: /usr/local/bin/wine: No such file or directorySo i removed the old wine, and installed it again, but i still get the same ...
Well, it states that wine can't find run.exe, you got your error right there. You should probably read up on how wine is used. Short summary: wine /path/to/your.exe executes your.exe. winecfg lets you configure wine. But please read the wiki
Wine noobie here. Tried installing (non Steam version) of Stalker Shadow of Chernobyl under Wine 1.6, but game won't start (Wine HQ claims it's gold? :confused:). Seems DirectX 9 (I think?) included on Stalker DVD doesn't install during the install process. Read on Wine HQ that installing DirectX using Winetricks isn't a good idea because it'll make Wine unstable?
I'm using WINE 1.6-rc4, which I downloaded and installed. The one in the repository (1.4something) was not running Treepad Business well and so I wanted to try a later WINE to see if it would run better, which it did.
On the security page (http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=510812) it recommends that you don't run WINE under root.
Google SketchUp is a very popular,CAD style appliction.It is free but only Windows and Mac packages provided.This simple tutorial shows how to install Google SketchUp using Wine for Ubuntu user.
1.First of all,install wine or upgrade you wine to the latest version.It is best to have at least 1.1.11 of wine.
open up a terminal window and run following command to install wine from PPA:
We have been changed how wine is built. From now on, we have wine, wine-mono and wine-gecko.
Possible to only install wine and wine-mono, or wine and wine-gecko.
If you do conary updateall in fl:2-devel label, you will need to install wine-mono and wine-gecko to get those.