(I'm new to Linux, so please bear with me if I am not making any sense)
So I have Puppy installed to my HDD. I would like to use Wine, so I downloaded the source (as the other packages are distro specific). When I try to run "./tools/wineinstall" (as a user), I get the following:
Warning !! wine binary (still) found, which may indicate
a (conflicting) previous installation.
You might want to abort and uninstall Wine first.
(If you previously tried to install from source manually,
run 'make uninstall' from the wine root directory)
configure: creating cache config.cache
configure: error: cannot run /bin/bash tools/config.sub
Configure failed, aborting install.
And then when I type "make uninstall" I get "make: No such file or directory" as a user, and when I log in as root to try that, then the error is "bash: make: command not found". And Wine won't let me use root to install at all.
Now I am assuming here that the binary it is finding is a result of a previous installation attempt... how can I find and remove this file that is causing the conflict? Or how else can I go about installing Wine?