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I just installed Wine on my mandriva 2005LE system. I do not see it anyware in my application list. Can wine be run from the desktop, or is all command ...
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    Just installed wine.


    I just installed Wine on my mandriva 2005LE system. I do not see it anyware in my application list. Can wine be run from the desktop, or is all command line?

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    You can use wine with terminal very simple. Just use this command to execute a exe file:
    Code:
    wine filename.exe
    or you can see other wine commands:
    Code:
    ibrahim@tanha:~/Documents> wine
    wine              winecpp           wine-kthread      wineprefixcreate
    wineboot          winedbg           winelauncher      wine-preloader
    winebrowser       winedump          winemaker         wine-pthread
    winebuild         winefile          winemenubuilder   wineserver
    winecfg           wineg++           winemine          wineshelllink
    wineconsole       winegcc           winepath          winevdm
    Here i just use simple "tab" (2 time) after wine to see the list
    S. M. Ibrahim
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    Pentium-IV 3.00 Ghz(Cache -2MB, 64 bit), 512 MB RAM , 128 MB agp, 160 GB Hdd (SATA)

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    Depending on which distro you are using, you can right click and one of the options will be open with wine

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