I would like to install FoxIt and PDF-XChange to run using wine.
There are some things that I would like to see:
I would like it to be
~/.winefree. Once in a while I play with windows program and would like to be able to do
rm -rf ~/.winewithout interfering with these programs.
I would like it to have access to all the same areas that most users do.
I would ( except for a few environmental settings ) like to install it once in some common location ( probably in
/opt) that most users can use.
I would like it to run three different ways: from the command line, from the desktop as an icon, from the application launcher menu, or by clicking associated files ( in this case pdf ). I would like to do this in both KDE and GNOME.
It would also be nice if there was some written "recipe" on how to do this. Meaning an entry similar to entries in the Name your favorite programming language Cookbook.