[Wine]clobbered config file

Dan Sawyer dansawyer at earthlink.net
Tue Jan 11 12:19:38 CST 2005

Hello all,

I am the dumb wine user since the 16 bit version in 1997. I have been 
rolling forward by configuring, making, and installing wine from the 
tar...gz almost monthly since then. While not entirely error free this 
approach works across several system types and release level. However I 
have lost track of the 'additional features' such as WineTools.

Does this tar contain WineTools? If so where are they?

If not, where are WineTools?


Joachim von Thadden wrote:

>Am Mo, Jan 10, 2005 at 10:17:53 -0800 schrieb Walt Ogburn:
>>>You can just do
>>>cp /usr/local/winetools/config.new ~/.wine/config
>>>to recreate the WineTools configuration.
>>Does winetools also back up any existing config file?  That might be
>>useful too.
>WineTools brings it's own config files. After performing Base setup
>WineTools uses only it's own files. If you change them they will stay
>changed (until you delete them ;-). There was an error in 2.0.9 that
>could lead to an empty config if you choose to edit it and close the
>editor window by the window manager buttons (not the ones provided by
>the application). That error is fixed.
>	Joachim
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