Othniel Graichen othniel at gmail.com
Thu Feb 2 17:01:46 CST 2012

Let me make this easier for you:

Step 1: Verify that it works in Crossover on Ubuntu

Step 2: Verify that it works properly in wine on Ubuntu

Step 3: Verify that it works on Debian Squeeze.

Since it is Game software I would recommend using Crossover Games to test
You are combining so many steps and running into trouble that I would
into the preceeding recipe.  If you can't get it to work on Step 1 then you
will have
to try a virtualization product or else RDP to a box with your software on


On Wed, Feb 1, 2012 at 1:51 PM, Nathan Oxhandler <nathan at gvtc.com> wrote:

> I have installed the version of WINE for Debian Squeeze. I was able to use
> the CD for CadRail to do the install.
> There is an Icon on the desktop, just like in Windows. Clicking on it did
> nothing. Went to the WINE site and am following the 'How To'. Tried
> starting the program in a terminal. Get the error message: 'install the
> Windows version of Mono to run .NET executables'.
> Just to keep from screwing things up, I want to check on this. At the Mono
> web site,
> http://www.go-mono.com/mono-downloads/download.html
> There is a Windows 2.10.8 Do I download this and then run it in WINE to
> install it? Will WINE put it where it can find it? According to the WINE
> 'How To' they say it should show up at: c:\windows\mono\mono-1.0 or
> c:\windows\mono\mono-2.0
> Nathan
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