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    Where are the Wine libs? (Keywords: Q4Wine, Wine 1.3.21)

    I am running Wine 1.3.21.
    On Q4Wine website, it is stated that the location of Wine libs is at /usr/lib/wine.
    Such a folder does not exist.
    What to do?

    Thank you very much.
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    Re: Where are the Wine libs? (Keywords: Q4Wine, Wine 1.3.21)

    Have you:
    • Searched your own system?
    • Asked nthe q4wine devs? They screw up more Ubuntu wine installs than a newbie windows user. Ask them
    (But answer is in first question. Places > Search for Files Then look for wine. Amazing what a serach will show)
    Running wine/WoW on a AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+(2.6GHz)w/4GB DDRII(667) and a NV9600GSO w/768MB DDRIII.

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    Re: Where are the Wine libs? (Keywords: Q4Wine, Wine 1.3.21)

    Quote Originally Posted by cwwilson721 View Post
    Have you:
    • Searched your own system?
    • Asked nthe q4wine devs? They screw up more Ubuntu wine installs than a newbie windows user. Ask them

    (But answer is in first question. Places > Search for Files Then look for wine. Amazing what a serach will show)
    OK it's in /usr/lib32 instead. Thanks.
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    Re: Where are the Wine libs? (Keywords: Q4Wine, Wine 1.3.21)

    ok i tryed /usr/lib/wine and /usr/lib32 both don't exist? so.... wth do i do now then

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    Re: Where are the Wine libs? (Keywords: Q4Wine, Wine 1.3.21)

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