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    Cool adobe cs5 in wine? any ideas?

    okay, i am using ubuntu 10.10
    i am trying to basically put daemon tools on my laptop in the ubuntu partition, because i do not have any space left on my windows partition. so after that i want to open cs5 iso, on my daemon tools....any ideas? oh also, the isos are +5 gigs, any idea on how to burn them on discs? without splitting them into tiny chunks? maybe split in half? or not split at all and just burn? any help greatly appreciated with either subject
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    Re: adobe cs5 in wine? any ideas?

    to mount an iso file
    1. click the iso file>open with other application>archive mounter to

    2. or from a terminal:
    Code:
    sudo mkdir /media/ps
    sudo mount /path/to/iso/image.iso /media/ps -t iso9660 -o loop
    3. else install gmountiso from the software center and use it to mount the iso file (applications>system tools)

    edit: doesnt look like it would run nicely http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManage...sion&iId=20158
    Last edited by Verbeck; December 12th, 2010 at 05:25 PM.

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    Re: adobe cs5 in wine? any ideas?

    naw man i can mount it, i just wanted some of the..."abilities" that daemon provides. and thanks, i still need to burn large files on disks...
    Unix is user-friendly. It's just very selective about who its friends are.
    The box said 'Required Windows 7 or better'. So, I installed Ubuntu.
    Fatal Error: Found MS-Windows System -> Repartitioning Disk for Linux...

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