I recently bought a CD which needs to run an installation file to run the program. But the anti-piracy system in the CD detects the disc as a virtual or counterfiet disc because Ubuntu does not assign an actual drive letter to the CD-Drive. Is there a way to force ubuntu to assign a drive letter or is there anyother way to work around this problem.
Open wine configuration (winecfg) and go to the Drives tab.
If your cdrom mount point is not present in the list of drives, then add it.
Your disc is probably at
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