I looked around my system pretty good, and I don't see any mention of wine in the start menu, I see no folders for it. I don't think vector linux 5.9 deluxe installs wine, but I could be wrong. Any idea how I can tell for sure if it is installed?
I'm still stuck in dial up, and worse yet, AOL, so I can't use gslapt. AOL will not allow a
standard ppp dialer on another os to connect... I need a proggy called penngy for that.
Someone is packaging penngy for me so I can get my vector pc online. Until that happens all I can do is download zips and transfer the to cd's for my vector pc. SUCKS.
If I can get my vector pc on the internet I may never use my windows box again, especially if wine euqipped vector will run just a few apps I'd really prefer to keep using (Adobe audition, dreamweaver, and just a few others)
Once I upgrade to a more powerful pc for my vector linux pc, I think I will spring for VMWARE workstation so I can run say windows 98se in a window. (THAT WOULD BE AWESOME!) Of course, I'm really going to need a decent speed/ram equipped pc to do that. Its 189.00$ but I think it would be worth it for the ability to run windows 98 or win2000 in a linux window. That would just be cool, and solve any emulator problems for sure.