[Wine] Re: how to run commands in "top-level directory"
wineforum-user at winehq.org
Sat Jul 3 20:11:56 CDT 2010
> Jfreaker wrote:
> > I'm trying to install wine 1.0.1 and I've run into a bit of a road block. the README file says that when compiling wine from source it's recommended that you use the wine installer to build and install the program. it then says to run ./tools/wineinstall from the "top-level directory" but i'm not sure exact;y how to do that.
> > so the question is, how do i run this command from the top-level directory? what does this mean, and how do i do it?
> The "top-level" directory is the same directory as you were reading the README from, so simply "cd" (with the terminal) into that directory and then run the command they have listed.
> Hope this helps.
okay. now, i'm using ubuntu 10.4 and i'm not sure what "cd" is or how you use it. how do i go about doing this?
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