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I used kde's package installer to install the TrueReality - N64 emulator. it was on plf i think. anyways i dont think that it installed as i can not find ...
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    installing TrueReality - N64 emulator


    I used kde's package installer to install the TrueReality - N64 emulator. it was on plf i think. anyways i dont think that it installed as i can not find it. anyone know where the file is to install? Bower

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    Looking inside the rpm it seems to install it to /usr/bin/TrueReality (notice case). If you want the rpm you can grab it from ftp://mdk.linux.org.tw/pub/plf/mandriva (and navigate from there to the correct version for your install). You'll find the rpm under relases in the binary directory.

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