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ive installed flashfxp (old version 2.1) in fedora core release 3 with this rpm for wine


for some reason the newest version of flashfxp does install but locks up once it connects to any ftp server


checkout the screenshot and the fonts, i installed the microsoft TTF fonts here in fedora as well, it makes things look so much better (compare the screenshot below with the one above, look at the fonts !!)





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the very first link does not work..
now it does !

Anyweb nice tut but one thing missing ;) disabeling exec-shield this causes alot of problems

especially if you run Crossover office which is based on Wine. if you keep your machine upto

date disabeling exec-shield will be ok


first su root


su -


then run prelink


prelink -ua


next edit the PRELINK_OPTS in /etc/sysconfig/prelink change PRELINK_OPTS to:


PRELINK_OPTS="-m --no-exec-shield"


and finally run prelinks to disable it:


prelink -am --no-exec-shield

Stupid question..


I'm interested in running wine on my laptop whichis currently running FC4. So which RPM do I download? There's only 1, 2 & 3 there and I'm running FC4 o_O

Hi mizzy,


Try this as root:


yum install wine

That's worked, cheers :)
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