Re: Where should I install non debian software?
I've just installed debian on my system. I used to use redhat, but the
upgrades were anoying and I saw debian as more stable and better supported
by a community of knowledgable people.
Anyway, on redhat I installed wine myself.
Not everything you install seems to go so smoothly, but for wine I
downloaded the latest source distribution, untared it in the /usr/src
directory and then read the INSTALL text.
>From memory, I typed, configure, make and make install. It worked and
installed it in the /usr/local directory, which doesn't upset you
So it is easy, but please do read the instructions carefully.
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On Sun, 7 Sep 1997, Richard Heestand wrote:
> I remember reading guidlines for installing non debian software, but I can't
> seem to find them again. Any pointers where to find them? The software is
> WINE which doesn't seem to exist in package form.
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