The program works. It's the menus that need to be changed over to linux as "can't find any directories" they are all set up for windows commands and paths. Being a new Linux user it's going to take awhile, but a learning process.
What does not
Well the menus, they are greek to linux at this time.
What was not tested
None of the scripting, only the *keys as that's all I use.
I can get it running, my problem is nothing configured in PowerPro is of use in Linux and the partition naming style between the two OS's. In the PowerPro directory there is a file called PPROCONF.exe. Call that file up with Wine, this is the file you configure PowerPro with, as well as test what you've created be it keys or scripts. After configuring it to where you want it, PowerPro.exe is then run to load the program. A picture was requested, so my desktop; top middle is my PowerPro Menu it's always visible, it can be made to hide, below the menu is what the edit menu can run in Windows, three entries, three mouse keys >Yet can't be Posted PowerPro is asking for the registry entry of (are you admin?): Software\Microsoft\Winodws NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon If I post this before viewing that entry in Windows, I will later. It causes no harm. While premature, I'm sure PowerPro will work with Linux Mint (at the least) that has Wine installed, it's just a matter of syntax with each command. It's also one of my most used programs within windows - so will be working. Every program can have a menu appear when it loads, which I have my most used commands.
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||Linux Mint 18 "Sarah" x86_64||Aug 13 2016||1.6.2||N/A||Yes||Gold||Michael Mullen|