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Yeah ! Thank-you Anisha - that's a good site. May all your dreams be sweet
There is a copy (possibly an older one) of wine already here (from the Ubuntu install), I believe I have to get rid of that 1st. I was thinking of testing it out first - but (to my shame) I don't know how to make it run. I'm used to finding the 'exe' file - but I don't know what the linux equivalent is.
A search reveals 7 files inthe 'system files' folder
I am browsing it? -It has aken some time to register as a member due to my poor reception here I guess. But I should be able to browse the whole site as soon as - oops there it's done - I am now verified