I am a real "newbie" to Linux and could use some advice.
I haven't become familiar with doing even the basic installs outside of the pisi so please be nice.
There is a writing software program that i would like to run and would like some advice on the install.
I spent all of last week setting up the 64 bit version of 2011 just to discover that it doesn't run "wine" yet.
So I installed the 32 bit on a different drive so I could run a few progs I really like in wine.
One of the main ones I want to use is "yWriter" but I see that it can be run in Linux without wine.
I would really like to do this but I am not sure how to go about it yet. There is an install tutorial for doing this on Ubuntu but I fear it will be quite different on Pardus.
I was hoping someone would take the time to look at the authors page and give me their opinion on what I am facing before I dive in. Will his old method be the best for Pardus or should I take a completely different approach?
If there is a better way to go about this please point me in the right direction.
To many this program might not seem such a great deal but to many others it is an invaluable approach to writing.
I would love to see it offered in the package installer! Yah, that would take care of all my problems.
First time Linux user and I am LOVING Pardus!!!
The link to yWriter and the tutorial is here. http://www.spacejock.com/yWriter5_Linux.html
Thanks for whatever help anyone has time to offer.