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I am here http://linux.wordpress.com/2007/02/0...source-and-16/ Now I can't get past where its telling me to.. # Go to the folder where the “Mozilla ActiveX control” (cd “~/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/Mozilla ActiveX Control v1.7.12″) ...
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    bump.. invisible folders


    I am here http://linux.wordpress.com/2007/02/0...source-and-16/

    Now I can't get past where its telling me to..

    # Go to the folder where the “Mozilla ActiveX control” (cd “~/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/Mozilla ActiveX Control v1.7.12″)
    # Put MSVCP60.DLL in the folder where the “Mozilla ActiveX control” is.
    # Register the mozctlx.dll (regsvr32 mozctlx.dll)
    # Install Steam and all should work…

    I am unable to browse this folder, actually it is not in my browers for Suse 10.1. However if I go to re-install ActiveX then it shows the folder as already being installed.

    So no show with my nautilus.

    Thats is my first bump in trying to get C:ss to work with linux.

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    changed my mind

    It works..neat-0.

    But I still don't know how to start it......

    wine steam.exe doesn't work...actually i don't even know where I installed it too...well it is the default location, but I still cannot find valve..

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    Check ~/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/

    In there should be a valve or steam folder. Find the steam executable and then run wine to run it.
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    funny part

    That is the odd part, if I go to install mozilla from wine, I'll see it if i want to customize the location..and the valve folder.

    Otherwise I only see Program Files/Common Files & nothing else.

    What I've been doing is re-installing it over and over, mysetting are saved and it only takes a full minute...usually less to start up while saving my games and profile info.

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