[Wine] Re: Can't find a solution to this Steam problem
wineforum-user at winehq.org
Fri Nov 28 07:35:17 CST 2008
> as far as i know i haven't changed any part of he wine config, I installed it using the package manager and about using an ntfs partition I've not changed it since I've got the aspire one, is there a way to get wine make the c drive into a formatted one FAT?
> as for the las question i have been using both the wine file program and looked in the directory it should have saved in, and also in the .wine folder and the documents
Wine cannot format a partition for you, and even if it could, I don't think you'd want to do that because it would wipe out everything on that partition.
What distro are you using, and is this a dual boot system? Wine by default installs apps to the user's home directory, which should be a native Linux filesystem (usually ext3, but there are others). If you are having problems installing because the partition is ntfs, that means you either changed Wine's default drive_c to point to a different partition, or you somehow installed Linux to an ntfs partition (which I'm not sure is even possible, but it's the only other thing I can think of).
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