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I've just managed to get a copy of CrossOver Office from a friend. After installing it, what command do I use to run it? crossover yields no result. Neither does ...
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    How to run CrossOver Office?


    I've just managed to get a copy of CrossOver Office from a friend. After installing it, what command do I use to run it?

    crossover yields no result. Neither does crossover-pro. I've had this problem with a couple of programs before, so the big question is how to know which command runs a program after installing it?

    Thanx.
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    If installed using the right desktop files, it will automatically put itself into the menus. Otherwise, find the folded with the program and look for "cxsetup" or something similar.

    Dont have it on this machine--when I am in my office, I'll try and remember to look up the exact commands. Meanwhile, I think the manual is avail at codeweavers even if you did not buy from them

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    Well, I found it. It's called "cxsetup". You run apps with the same "wine" command.
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    Well, I found it. It's called "cxsetup". You run apps with the same "wine" command.
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