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Aug
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comment How to setup a cdrom drive in Wine
If you want it to point to a physical CD instead of an ISO then use show advanced in wine config, That will allow you to tell wine it is a CD-ROM. I have had much better luck with ISO images.
Aug
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comment How to setup a cdrom drive in Wine
Use wine config to create the drive in wine that points /media/wincd
Aug
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answered How to setup a cdrom drive in Wine
Jul
27
comment How to install LogMeIn on Ubuntu Linux 10.04
Since the Windows box connection is encrypted it matters not that the VNC connection is not secure since its traffic is only over your local network not the internet.
Jul
27
comment How to install LogMeIn on Ubuntu Linux 10.04
I downloaded and installed it on my 10.10 server. Then from a root terminal or using sudo I ran: hamachi login <ligmeinaccount> followed by hamachi attach <ligmeinaccount>. I then logged into my LogMeIn account and went to the "Join Requests" page to accept the request. All this adds it to the account where it can join your networks. But it does not give you the ability to remotely control the machine. You may have to do what I do and remote control a Windows box on your network and then VNC into your Ubuntu server
Jul
27
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Jul
27
accepted Wine 1.3.25 update broke sound, how do I go back?
Jul
27
comment Wine 1.3.25 update broke sound, how do I go back?
I backed up my wine prefix folder; used Synaptic to remove anything wine; and then installed 1.3.24. My sound seems to be fine now. I did not need my backup. Applications and configurations are as they were before.
Jul
27
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Jul
27
comment Wine 1.3.25 update broke sound, how do I go back?
Thanks I got version 1.3.24 from the link you provided.
Jul
27
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Jul
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answered How to install LogMeIn on Ubuntu Linux 10.04
Jul
27
asked Wine 1.3.25 update broke sound, how do I go back?
Jul
23
comment wine desktop is clipping on netbook
If the desktop is partially moved off screen before the program re-sizes it; then Clipping does not occur. And then it can be grabbed and moved where it is needed. Of course this only saves resizing, both top all and grab/move still need to be done. So it is replacing a resizing with a quick grab and move. Only slightly better. Can someone come up with a solution that either leaves it on screen without clipping or at least makes it top all automatically.
Jul
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