Installing a program with exe file
upulg.dev at gmail.com
Sun Mar 9 12:35:09 UTC 2008
You cannot run Windows programs in Linux directly just as Linux or Mac
programs will not run on Windows.
But you can use a tool like Wine (http://www.winehq.org/) for that. You
have to install Wine and run the Windows program on top of that. It will
work for most of the programs.
On Sun, Mar 9, 2008 at 5:42 PM, Bjørn Simonsen <bjornsi at broadpark.no> wrote:
> I am a newbe on this list and I did install Ubuntu 7.10 some
> days ago.
> I wish to install a dictionary, Clue, that I used on my old
> Windows 98
> I started on the Welcome to Ubuntu 7.10 page, official Ubuntu
> documentation website.
> On the "Documentation for Ubuntu 7.10" page I chosed "Adding and
> Removing Software.
> I have Synaptic Package Manager, and I chosed it fro, System,
> Administration, Synaptic Manager.
> I placed the Program CD in the computer. ------ And now I don't
> what to do.
> Can anybody help?
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