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I'm pessimistic to the core, but I followed the intructions for installing KazaaLite and it installed...everything went okay. I'm now at the point where I am supposed to open up a console and enter " cd /home/trinity/.wine/c/Program Files/Kazaa Lite/wine Kazaa.exe
only thing is I get a "bash: cd: /home/trinity/.wine/c/Program: No such file or directory"
the directory does exist. is it coming up as not found because it's hidden? that's the only thing I can think of.
can anyone think of what else to try to see if kazaa will start up? I'm willing to abandon it to try again but need to see if it did indeed fail miserably before going at it again (w/ yet anotther set of instructions, etc.)
and I know there are tons of threads about kazaalite. I did a search for this issue before I posted.......so sorry for beating the dead horse.
thanks for any assistance, I'm running RedHat 9.0
he put it there cause it is set there in a lot of tutorials on setting up the fake win drive that say this, and if he used winetools thats where it is set up as default..and to cap this off, what does it matter where its at? you don't need to access it any more than once just to see if that app works when you install it, then from there you just make a link to your panel or desktop.