Where is the .exe file? Is it in your home directory, or on the desktop? To navigate using the command line, open a terminal window (Applications --> Accessories) and the command line should tell you what directory you are currently in. If you are unsure, you can enter the commandwhich stands for "Print Working Directory", and it will tell you where you are. To change your directory, use the command cd. For example, to change to the Desktop directory, if you are in your current home directory, the command would beYou can list the current directory with the ls command. To get a detailed listing, useThere are some commonly used shortcuts. Your home directory is ~, so from anywhere you can get to your home directory withThe directory just above your current directory is .., so to go up one directory level you useThat's all there is to basic command-line navigation.
Now, if your .exe file is on the Desktop, which is just a folder in your home directory, you can get to it from anywhere withFile names and directory names are case-sensitive, so Desktop is different from desktop. To try to get the drivers out of the .exe file, using cabextract, enter the command