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So I believe I installed everything under root and couldn't see any of it, I did it all in ~ usr and now I can use an icon to start ...
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    Just Joined! Hollow06's Avatar
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    Installing in root and user


    So I believe I installed everything under root and couldn't see any of it, I did it all in ~ usr and now I can use an icon to start it and see it in my folder.

    However The update speed is slow and I wish I could just pull those files out of where I installed it the first time. Don't ask me why but I believe I have 2 completly different wine's running on my systems. Anyone ever install it wrong and know where it goes?

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    Linux Enthusiast KenJackson's Avatar
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    You can run the Bash command type wine to see which executable is running (mine is /usr/bin/wine).

    Where is your Windows environment, including the fake C drive? Usually it's in ~/.wine/, and the C drive is ~/.wine/drive_c/. If it's not there, you can run wineprefixcreate to set it all up. Or you can delete (or rename) your existing ~/.wine directory and run it to recreate it.

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