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On Thu, 13 Oct 2011 16:08:28 +0000, Errol Mangwiro wrote:
> Yup. Wine does that that's why I'm now sticking with qemu-kvm & vbox for
> my virtualisation/emulation needs. I hate having 32-bit dependencies in
> my 64-bit installation. I'd rather do without that program (which
> explains the skype-less & adobe flashless, until now, machine). And the
> size of your installation/dependencies just balloons once you start down
> the 32/64-bit road.
OK, I already have the main if not only apps that I used to use
Wine for (topo map software for GPSs), installed and running better under
XP in VirtualBox. And I can get along fine without skype and adobe.
But I do have a lot of data, especially waypoints, routes, and
trails, in my .wine. Is there a good way to salvage that data before I
scrub first Wine and then other 32-bit things?
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