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    Where is Wine?


    I've got wine installed and I've been using it for a while, but I just installed adobe flash but it doesn't show up in my wine menu. I know where I can find it in My Programs I just don't know where that is. Where is the virtual C: drive in wine located?

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    You shouldn't need wine to run Adobe Flash on Linux...it's available for download.
    As for Wine directory, try the ls command in your home directory.
    ls ~/.wine
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    As Mike Tbob said, Adobe Flash runs natively (32-bit) on Linux. I even have it running on my Android smart phone. It isn't a Windows program running under Wine.
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