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using wine and cdrom

using wine and cdrom

using wine and cdrom

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Whenever I try to use Wine with a game that requires the cd, the game returns an error message that it cannot find the cd. I am particularly trying to get Starcraft to work and I've been following the how-to provided at Linux Games for how to setup the wine.conf file, but that didn't work. I am using version 981108 of wine, the recommended version and the Corel distribution (I do plan on switching to Turbo because I just...dislike the way Corel sets up...well everything in Linux).

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RE: using wine and cdrom

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PS I have nothing against Debian, and in fact I love their packaging system, it's just Corel that I dislike.

REH
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