Re: Clear temp files of Wine's IExplorer on exit/shutdown?
First off, I wouldn't trust Chinese filehosting software, especially if it's cluttering your temp folder.
I don't know how to clear them at application close, but for Ubuntu shutdown I suppose you could create a script that deletes the temporary files and put it in your shutdown directory (I don't know where it is in Unity, as I only use KDE).
Windows processes are suppose to manage themselves, it's not Wine's job. Wine has no way to know if a process is running because it's suppose to run, or if it hasn't closed properly.
I can't stress enough, I really wouldn't trust a Chinese filehosting application that puts huge amounts of files in your temp folder, that is constantly using internet bandwidth, and that leaves perpetually running processes in the background. Remember that even if you are using Linux, Wine can present a major security risk. Wine strives to be compatible with as many Windows programs as it can, and that includes malware.
The whole thing is so patently infantile, so foreign to reality, that to anyone with a friendly attitude to humanity it is painful to think that the great majority of mortals will never be able to rise above this view of life.