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    remove it


    Installed the mirc exe a while back ,now its giving me problems ,the thing is i can work out where on earth it is ?

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    If you installed it under wine it should be in your ~/.wine directory. I'm guessing something like ~/.win/drive_c/Program\ Files/mIRC. If it was installed using Cedega (for whatever reason) it will be under ~/.transgaming/c_drive/Program\ Files/mIRC.

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    How would it look typing it in the terminal,I'm not coming up with no dir with that.

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    the file might be hidden under the view menu select show hidden files then look for it.
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    if you open a terminal try this
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    cd ~
    cd .wi ##hit TAB key for completion, see if you get wine
    cd dr ##TAB again
    if that doesn't work try
    Code:
    sudo updatedb
    ##enter root password when prompted
    locate -i mirc
    This should show you all of the locations of files containg the string 'mirc'

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    in your home directory type:

    ls -a ---to display all hidden files and directories
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