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I finished installing wine earlier today, eger to get WoW's installation underway. When I tried to run winecfg (to create folders, etc) it says: bash: winecfg: command not found Thought ...
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    Winecfg-what happened?


    I finished installing wine earlier today, eger to get WoW's installation underway. When I tried to run winecfg (to create folders, etc) it says:

    bash: winecfg: command not found

    Thought it is possible that it was just acting up that way, I tried starting WoW's installation directly, ending up with this:

    wine: creating configuration directory '/home/<blanked out>/.wine'...
    wine: could not exec wineprefixcreate : No such file or directory
    wine: wineprefixcreate failed while creating '/home/<blanked out>/.wine'.

    I haven't been able to find any definte answers for a fix

    I am using FC5, wine 0.9.16 (the --version command still works)

    no config files for wine have been made yet, even in su mode it is still rejected.

    I have tried using winetools, but without winecfg it will not operate

    I have done make uninstall and make install (in root) after the initial time, but no avail

    help please?

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    mmk....nevermind about that above..I figured out what was going on, but now I am getting the age old error:

    err:virtual:map_image Image was mapped at 0xf00000: standard load address for a Win32 program (0x00400000) not available
    err:virtual:map_image Do you have exec-shield or prelink active?
    wine: could not load L"C:\\windows\\system32\\WoW.exe": Bad EXE format for

    I have edited the exec-shield and prelink files so they do NOT start at boot up, but I am still getting this. Any fixes?

    Edit: forgot to reset a test I was doing, here is what it really *should* bring up:

    rr:virtual:map_image Image was mapped at 0xe60000: standard load address for a Win32 program (0x00400000) not available
    err:virtual:map_image Do you have exec-shield or prelink active?
    wine: could not load L"C:\\Program Files\\World of Warcraft\\WoW.exe": Bad EXE format for

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