Husse wrote:Well Linux has a "software reset button"
Press and keep pressed the alt and Printscreen buttons then type R E I S U B
When you type the B you computer reboots
This is a way to reset that is much gentler to the system
I don't really understand the part about going back to Celena
donlinux wrote:I have the same problem. I tried installing wine via the software portal with wine doors and it locked up completely every time I tried to config. or access any wine function. Uninstalled via synaptic and reinstalled just wine via synaptic. Same problem. Complete lock up, even when I right click a .exe and tell it to open with wine. Only way out is to physically reboot.
If anyone has an answer, I'd sure appreciate it as I've found no topics here... yet.
no replies to my post, so this may have a very low priority in the scheme of things at Mint.
donlinux wrote:Heres' some ubuntu forum links having same type of problem, but I don't really see any fixes:
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php? ... figuration
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php? ... t=wine+cfg
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