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So I had installed a few programs with wine, and they were working beautifully. Then I tried to install another program, and the entire setup was in greek. No, not ...
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    Greek wine


    So I had installed a few programs with wine, and they were working beautifully. Then I tried to install another program, and the entire setup was in greek. No, not computer jargon that I can't understand, greek, like psi, ro, and eta, the whole bit alpha to omega. So basically all of wine is now completely in greek. If I go into the wine configuration, all greek. So I set wine to be completely removed, reinstalled it, and, you guessed it, still in greek. Any ideas?

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    delete the .wine folder on your /home/<yourusername>
    Reinstall wine
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    Sweet!

    Thanks man, it worked great. Are those .[whatever] folders all the configurations and settings for programs and such?

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    No, but it's funny

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