Made a stupid mistake

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  1. cet

    cet Registered Member

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    I was trying Flareget browser integration and on a site I read this:You can manually enable the plugin, just go to Flareget folder in Program Files, and type in terminal as administrator:

    regsvr32 npFlareget.dll

    I wrote it in the terminal and it did not ask for password but began to update wine. Did I do a real bad thing? .But surprisingly wine applications (microsoft word 2007) started to open very quickly,before it took a minute to open.
     
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    Are you using FlareGet for Windows or Linux?

    That command is for Windows only AFAIK.
     
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    I am using it for Linux,but as soon as I entered the command in the terminal,wine began to update.
     
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    Unless you have FlareGet installed in Wine, the command shouldn't have done much if anything. I really don't know why your Wine applications are opening faster though.
     
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    Thank you :)
     
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