Dreamweaver working except
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Thu Feb 12 21:34:31 CST 2004
Can u show your wine's configuration??
It's normally under ~/.wine/
Quoted from wine's users manual:
"5.5.2. Short Introduction
Wine emulates drives by placing their virtual drive roots to
user-configurable points in the Unix filesystem, so it's your choice
where C:'s root should be (tools/wineinstall will even ask you). If you
choose, say, ~/wine (or, in other words, /home/user/wine, since "~"
indicates the home directory of a user), as the root of your virtual
drive C:, then you'd put this into your Wine configuration file:
"Path" = "%HOME%/wine"
"Type" = "hd"
"Label" = "MS-DOS"
"Filesystem" = "win95"
With this configuration, what windows apps think of as
"c:\windows\system" would map to /home/user/wine/windows/system in the
UNIX filesystem. Note that you need to specify "Filesystem" = "win95",
not "Filesystem" = "unix", to make Wine simulate a Windows compatible
(case insensitive) filesystem, otherwise most apps won't work."
If you want to learn more the user manual is available for download and
for on-line reading at wine's home page:
On Thu, 2004-02-12 at 15:23, Dan Weisenstein wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have Dreamweaver MX successfully installed and working, except for a
> small problem. My source tree is on a Windows server. I have the share
> mounted via Samba and can browse anywhere in it. I have my Site local
> files set to /mnt/server/localsite and Dreamweaver sees and
> successfully catalogs them all. However, when I attempt to check out a
> file, I get an error that it can't find
> C:/mnt/server/localsite/file.html. I assume that I need to have some
> kind of link, drive letter or ? from C: that maps to the sambe share.
> How do I do this?
> Thanks- Dan
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