Configure wine to use a virtual desktop - that will contain the window and keep this from occurring.
Another option would be to configure wine to use virtual desktop with identical size of your resolution, eg. if your display has resolution of 1360x768, configure wine to use same virtual desktop resolution. Now, when you start any wine application, it starts first virtual desktop with the size of your screen, eg.
That might work. It does avoid the pitfalls of recursively moving down the /mnt directory. I am not sure what happens to links -- be they hard or soft.You might check out this article: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Fu … with_rsyncEdit: Rats, snaked again !
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
Have you tried wine-git?What about other non-steam games in the same or different wine prefix?If you have any steam games that can be run independently of steam (e.g. indie games), try running them in a terminal and see if you get any interesting error messages.