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Old 14 July 2016, 18:53   #1
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AF 2016 MSI Archive Under Linux

OK, I got the AF 2016 Plus over the web as a .msi file some time ago. Got a key too.

I want to use it on Linux (Ubuntu 16.04). Is there a way to turn the .msi archive, or its extracted (p7zip) components into a DVD image or other usable format. I wanna be able to access the Amiga software and other files, either in a fresh installation or piecemeal under Linux or from within fs-uae.

Old 14 July 2016, 21:48   #2
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I fear you have to install it in Windows and then use the built in function to make a DVD.
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Old 18 July 2016, 23:34   #3
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Thanks. It seems as though msiexec in wine, or something like that, may do the trick, but I need to do more research. If that won't do it, then consulting a Windows-using friend is in order.

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