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    Do as before. In a terminal:

    wine [enter]

    And what is the output?
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    just did that

    [needsmorebass5000@pcp0010089813pcs needsmorebass5000]$ wine
    wine: creating configuration directory '/home/needsmorebass5000/.wine'...
    /usr/bin/wineserver: relocation error: /usr/bin/wineserver: symbol epoll_create, version GLIBC_2.3.2 not defined in file libc.so.6 with link time reference
    wine: wineprefixcreate failed while creating '/home/needsmorebass5000/.wine'.

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    You're installed!
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    Do you need to know how to use it?
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    ok so um thanks i shouldn't need your help from here right?
    thanks a lot for helpin me like you did

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    yeah i can get that from the readme at winehq right?

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    Find what it is you want to install, change to that directory and look for the.exe. Let's say it's FOO.exe. Go:

    wine Foo.exe [enter]

    Remember though, you'll have varying success with wine, depending on the app from, it works great to it won't work at all and everything in between.

    Good Luck!
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