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i don't know why but i did a search for wine.conf and nothing so umm where is it i have redhat9.0 and the wine 20030508...
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    I can't find the wine.conf file


    i don't know why but i did a search for wine.conf and nothing so umm where is it
    i have redhat9.0 and the wine 20030508

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    it didn't show up for me either, but back in the glory days of red hat 7.3 when I had a decent install of wine, it was in a hidden folder called ".wine" in my /home/user directory.

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    ahh back in the day i remember that
    but now that i have redhat9.0 and i can't find it

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    If you can´t find it..try this commands..

    Code:
    locate wine.conf
    find / -name "wine.conf"

    I think it should be located in your homedirectory under .wine though, use the command..

    Code:
    ls -alrt
    To show hidden directorys...

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    Andutt

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    In my WineX version (whichever it is), the config file name is ~/.wine/config.
    And, if you really just can't find it, you always have this:
    Code:
    strace wine 2>&1 | tee /dev/tty | grep ^open >~/winefiles.log

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