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it might not be in you $LD_LIBRARY_PATH
try find / -name libwine.so.1 -print
once you find it put the directory where it is at in /etc/ld.so.conf and issue as root /sbin/ldconfig it will update the shared libs cache.
where is the wine installed?
see if the library is in /usr/local/lib, there maybe a directory wine in it (I am not sure of the names - I am using vmware for my windows needs), why I asked is that if you installed wine system wide (with make install as root for instance, it is usually put in /usr/local by default unless instructed otherwise, and libs are put in /usr/local/lib, it might create a separate directory for wine in /usr/local/lib. Did you run the find command as root???
what the results of
ldd `which wine`
did you mount /usr/local on your boot partition during the installation?
I think its the default in Slackware installatino if you have an extra partition, and since the boot partition is small you dont have any space left.
I dont know how to fix that, though, im just another noob
you can grow your /usr/local with parted software http://www.gnu.org/software/parted/parted.html
read the manual onhow to use it, obviously your /usr/local is tooo small, yuou can copy the libs to /usr/lib for now though, once more what is the result of
ldd `which wine`
P.S. If opted for parted remember that your /usr/local is hosed for now, so use