Re: Wine

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On Thu, 20 Nov 2003, Gordon R. Keehn wrote:

>     Which brings us back to the original question, "How did you do it?"
> Quicken is the only package that I (so far) can't get to run on Linux,
> or that doesn't have a suitable substitute.  If I could get past that
> one, I'd have no reason to run Windows at all.

I'm not sure how he did his, but in my case, IIRC, I had done it by just
double-clicking the install/setup file using wine.  I know I also used
WineTools (http://www.franksworld.net/winetools/) once as well.  From
there it was just a matter of importing the back-up files I created in
Windows into it and away I went.  It all worked great for me.

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>
> [email protected] wrote:
>
> >In message <[email protected]>, Brian Schmidt w
> >rites:
> > >On Wed, 19 Nov 2003, Demond James wrote:
> > >
> > >> Ok Charles,  explain how you got quicken to work.  All the details!  I
> > >> can't even get it to install.
> > >
> > >[Obviously I'm not Charles, but...] Which version are trying to install?
> > >I've used Quicken 2000 before with no problems.
> >I'm currently using Quicken 2002 Deluxe with no signficant problems under
> >WINE.
> >jeff




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