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Old 22nd November 2004, 01:37 AM
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ok, I have now removed the program from /root/Limewire to /home/carlos/Limewire.

I did create the launcher as recommended above and I seem to have it working! Thanks so much for all your help. It has been so long that I have wanted this on my Linux machine!

My only question now is that when I installed the program to /home/carlos, it did not create a folder there called "LimeWire". It just threw all the files there and it looks a mess! Is there a way to clean them all up in to one folder I create called LimeWire?

I know I can browse to /home/carlos and "mkdir Limewire" however how do I move all the files in to that dir? Or am I better just removing this again and then installing it right in to the newly created directory?
It said install Windows 98 or better so I installed Linux...
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