[Wine] Installing wine-gecko locally
austinenglish at gmail.com
Fri Jan 4 16:10:41 CST 2008
That's not what I need. I rm -rf ~/.wine _a lot_, and was looking to
find a way to have wine gecko on my computer, so everytime I test an
app that needs gecko, it can simply used the cached version, and not
download if from sourceforge every time. I remember seeing something a
while back on how to do this, but can't find it now...
On Jan 4, 2008 3:59 PM, Jérôme Gardou <jgardou at yahoo.fr> wrote:
> Le Friday 04 January 2008 22:14:33 Austin English, vous avez écrit:
> > I seem to remember seeing something about being able to install
> > wine-gecko on your local machine (though not in ~/.wine, but rather
> > somewhere like /usr/local). Anyone know anything about this? I'm
> > downloading it alot for bug triage, and wouldn't mind caching it
> > locally.
> > -Austin
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> Maybe you should look at the usefulRegistryKeys page. There is something
> referring to gecko here.
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