[SOLVED] Wine directory exists on HD, terminal can access, dolphin cannot - Gentoo
Just a wee problem here that I was wondering if I could have some help with, been using linux for about two years now and last week made the change from Ubuntu to Sabayon. Just emerged wine to 1.1.27 and started to install some apps using wine, and I needed to access the .wine directory in my root directory, but I cannot see it. Hidden files/folders are being shown, I can see the .wine directory in my /home/*username*/ folder, but this does not house the installations.
If I run from the terminal, I get the following result:
From the terminal I can cd into that directory, I can access the executable's I need to and run them, but I'm trying to access them using Dolphin. Can't see it. Using the address bar I type in the directory stated in the locate command, and I get told it does not exist. Hmmmm.
Also, I have been creating a small bash script to easily open some applications wine is using that I need to use for my University work, however, I receive a 'Wine cannot find:' error. Weird thing is, directly from the terminal I can type
wine /root/.wine/drive_c/Program\ Files\
and the app will start, but using that EXACT command in the script (I tried using sudo prefix but to no effect) it will not work.
wine /.wine/drive_c/Program\ Files
I tried to symlink which ls -n showed is valid, but I cannot cd into it and Dolphin displays it as a unknown filetype.
I'm sure I'm just being a n00b and doing something simple wrong. My system is a Dell Vostro 1000 with AMD Sempron 2.00 ghz and 1 GB of ram, running Sabayon 4.2 with Wine 1.1.27.
Thanks for any and all help,