9 years ago
There could be a check box which allows for disabling the information for future .exe executions since a user might be aware of what executing a Windows application on Linux means.
Thanks. A simple pop-up with possible links to a tutorial on wine.
new -> considered
I like this idea!
that's an excellent idea!
The problem with .exe files are they are so vicious for virus.
Very very good idea for windows switchers.
Isn't it possible to write any bash script and set it to run so it could check if any .exe app is clicked to be run and yelled that maessage? ^_^
Best idea since sliced bread.
Would be nice to just have something like that for each file type, something that searches the software manager for something that might be able to open it.
This is a Microsoft Windows application not intended for Linux Mint however if you install WINE it might work
click here to install WINE if this is a popular program perhaps someone has tried running this app under WINE and reported the results click here to find out (searches the app title minus the .exe at http://appdb.winehq.org/)
for more information go to http://www.winehq.org/