how to install .exe files,linux

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April 15, 2010 at 03:22:27
Specs: Linux i686
help me to install exe files

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April 15, 2010 at 13:28:54
You should be asking in the Linux forum. What are you trying to install? Linux doesn't use .exe files but depending on what you're trying to run, you *may* be able to use a program called Wine.

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April 15, 2010 at 20:52:29
sure you can do this with wine. I have already installed wine on my pc and installed many exe applications such as Dreamweaver, Flash...with out any problem.

this is the way to do this with linux ubuntu......

There are many ways to install wine on your Linux OS, However very easy way is installing with "Add/Remove programs".
# Firstly connect to the Internet
# Then goto "Add/Remove programs" and search for wine
You can see a result like "Wine microsoft competibility layer"(in ubuntu9.04) or something else.
# Then install it on your system.

__How execute .exe files with wine
Right click on your .exe file and open it with Wine software. Then you can continue with installing steps of the .exe file as on Microsoft platforms.


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