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> Declan Moriarty wrote:
> >I'm having a fiddle with wine here for various reasons. Trouble is,
> >it installs without a config and there seems to be a setup tool which
> > wants me to hunt down and download bits from around the web and fart
> > about extensively just to make the tool. Frankly I'd just rather
> >hack someone's wine.conf file and wine.ini.
>> If this is a fairly recent version of wine the config files have all
> changed... It's all in (even more) Windows registry style files now with
> .reg extensions. Try running 'winecfg' - this is included with wine now
> to create a basic, default config (or a complex, custom one). It'll
> autodetect drives, audio etc and allows you to set per-application
>> Failing that, attached is a config file I used with CVSCedega. It should
> be OK to use with older wine versions with a look at the d3d/GL stuff.
Thanks very much. I have wine-0.9.9, so I gather it's a later
version and will start off by waking up everything and trying
wineconfig. I can always get back to hack that. It seems like code
has got ahead of docs in a bad way there at the moment.
The main thing I want to run is a library program that's actually
on the wine site as running under wine. Not demanding on graphics
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