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hi..I want to know the exact place for software so that all user can have access it ..e.g I have installed wine as root user...I have also installed utorrent and ...
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- 02-20-2010 #1
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- Jan 2010
want to know exact place for softwares so that all user can have access it
hi..I want to know the exact place for software so that all user can have access it ..e.g I have installed wine as root user...I have also installed utorrent and use it as root user...when I changed user I cannot access utorrent....to use it I have to copy it from root user...so I want to know where should I place the software,in this case, utorrent,so that besides root,all user can have access it without difficulty....kindly help me in this regards
- 02-20-2010 #2
Some where on the PATH. /bin is a good place. If you install by Yast it will normally be placed in a common area. To see your current PATH type $PATH at the CL.
- 02-20-2010 #3
gogal, this person is talking about software installed through wine, which is typically on a per user basis as it installs into ~/.wine
in any case, there are many bit torrent applications for linux, you do not need to use wine and install utorrent, have you tried transmission, ktorrent, qttorrent, or anything else?
- 02-20-2010 #4
Sorry forgot that utorrent was Windows.
- 02-21-2010 #5
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i have managed to install wine in opensuse 11.1 and i have installed as root user...it is working fine...but when i change user i cannot access it...i have to copy utorrent.exe from root desktop and place it the user's desktop..i also have to change the permission ...i want to know if there is anyway so that i can use this application from any users wihout copying it from root users place....i tried with transmission..but its download rate is very slow that utorrent...kindly help me
- 02-21-2010 #6
download rate is only slower if you don't configure application properly, you should make sure DHT and PEX is enabled
there is no way to get around moving things like that with wine, that is the way wine was designed to work
- 02-21-2010 #7
run winecfg from the user account to install wine for that user. each user sets up their own wine environment. ie each user get his/her own C drive emulation
Also you will get better performance from a native torrent client like ktorrent.