At the top of your ~/.wine/config file there should be a list of windows drive letters and their linux mount points. In your drive C: path you'll probably want to have "/mnt/c" or wherever it is you mount your dos C: drive.
As a rule of thumb, after installing wine always run /wine2003xxxx/tools/winecheck. It will spit out some errors if it's not happy. You will most likely have some permissions to fix for your /dev/dsp and /dev/whateverelse and maybe your mount points, since you'll not be running wine as root.
If it complains about winedefault.reg, go get it from your wine2003xxxx/ dir. and copy it to your c: dir. and run "regedit winedefault.reg". You shouldnt have to fetch .dll's since you're running wine with an actual windows installation.
btw, wine doesnt like windows xp.
Last edited by Pwcca; 04-30-2003 at 04:42 PM.