well - if I run "winecfg" it pops up a window where you can configure the audio-drivers which should be used, the drives available, graphics modes and drivers, dll's to override with the original ones (so long as you legitimately can use them) and the version of windows that should be told to a particular program.
Trying to install with either 'winecfg'...
What are you trying to install?
is just the means to configure the behaviour of wine
- not a means to install anything.
You install programs by executing the xxx.exe
file just like in windows:
(as an example)
before that you should have configured wine - using winecfg
Maybe the version of wine you are trying to use is not of the recent kind? They just released 1.0
Or you might experience an entirely different problem.
work for you as I described here?
What are you trying to install and how?