Joined: Oct. 2003
||Posted: April 06 2005,05:03
Actually, changing your sources.list in apt to "unstable" ,
and running " apt get install wine" and "apt get install winesetuptk"
should have your wine up and running..
Then run wine from a user dsl shell, and configure it to your hardware,
and location of your chosen "fake windows" directory.
I'd like to see a "winedebs.dsl" extension in the future..
That might install and run OK on everyone's system,
rather than the typical extension install without pre and post configuring..