[Wine] Authorize Final Draft Program From USB Stick Instead of CD

James McKenzie jjmckenzie51 at earthlink.net
Sun Jan 31 20:09:31 CST 2010

doogiekd wrote:
> hi all, 
> i am using a netbook (acer aspire one) that does not have a cd drive.
It does, however, have the capability to mount an ISO image as a CD as
does most Linux distributions.  You will have to look for how to do this
on the Internet.  Once you mount the ISO image, then use winecfg to
convert the mount point to the D: drive.  Copying the CD onto a USB
device will not work as the software may be looking for a file that is
not apparent on the disk.

James McKenzie

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