[Wine]Re: (no subject)
jorishuizer at planet.nl
Fri Sep 24 18:01:19 CDT 2004
Ivan Leo Puoti wrote:
>>your home directory, open an xterm,
> Better to go to http://www.winehq.com/download and download the RPM of wine for
> Red Hat, it's built by winehq developers and is tested and known to work, and
> you can be sure it was compiled correctly.
> Also, we don't all use xterm.
You see, there are something like 30 rpms listed there, and for the most
common redhat distro versions, there are 4 rpms to choose from; if you
ask me, that's a lot; ok, go ahead, try the *i386* variant (if that
general name is correct, it'll run on your architecture)
By the way, xterm is in general included in a X installation; if it
isn't on his system, I'm sure we're not talking to a linux newbie here. ;)
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