The fact that it's "a"MSN may have already answered this, but does it specifically work with linux? If not, go to www.winehq.org
and (under support) download their no-debug version of wine. Install it. (I haven't used mandrake so I'm not sure the procedure for this on your system.) Then in commandline, inside of X (your window manager) type:
Hope it helps.
By the way, you said you don't know how to get to it, here's browsing if you don't know already:
list current directory: ls (or ls /directoryname for remote)
list a large directory: ls | less
change directory: cd /directoryname
up one level: cd ..
change to a local directory: cd ./directoryname
move a file: mv filename /directoryname
delete a file: rm filename (use rm -r for folders with contents, be careful)
extract certain files (man for details): tar -zxvf filename
run an install script in a file: sh filename
Let me know if it has anything to do with anything =)