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chrisbard 3rd September, 2012 06:54 PM

just saying mate, one can enjoy oneself rather than not :D

booman 7th September, 2012 08:46 PM

Sadly my Wine has taken a dump. I've uninstalled it and re-installed it too many times. Now it won't work at all.
Probably something to do with my attempts at getting Borderlands to work.

I even did a

sudo apt-get remove wine
and it says there is nothing to remove
yet the wine icon is still in my menu and still launches.
I need to find a way to remove it from the system completely or a way to update it to its original settings.
Otherwise, its back to the drawing board and re-installing Mint 13.

Daniel ~ 7th September, 2012 09:20 PM

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The Wine un- installer doesn't work? I'm in Mint 13 btw

booman 7th September, 2012 09:24 PM

I think that is for uninstalling the programs you installed with Wine.
I'll try it tonight.
I found a few articles in their forums about Gecko and updating wine.
Apparently its buggy for some people in Mint 13.... as I have found
It worked great at first, but as I installed/uninstalled more programs, then it went down-hill.

Daniel ~ 7th September, 2012 10:37 PM

Do your back ups! easy way to explore and break things without really getting hurt! ":O}

cloasters 14th January, 2013 12:55 AM

Sorry if I'm somewhat OT here. My proprietary Lenovo desktop machine ignores the fact that I changed the boot drive order in BIOS. Any advice to make the box follow the user's directions?

Aedan 14th January, 2013 12:17 PM

Start a new thread so people notice your post a bit better. There are several potential reasons, so include details about your disk setup and the OS (or OSes) you use.

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