Pajek for linux tutorial

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Setting up Pajek on Linux

For almost two years I have been using Pajek to study my networks, mainly for visualisation. It has always frustrated me that it was a Windows only program as it meant that I had to have a Windows box running somewhere (euch). So I have been trying over the last few months to get it running within my Debian (unstable) system using wine. I had endless problems trying to get it to work properly, since my wine distribution was not clean. I had previously copied certain dlls by hand, and effectively broke the wine instalation. For anyone intalling wine for the first time, the above should not be a problem. All you have to do is install the new version of wine. In Debian, assuming that you have you /etc/apt/sources.list set up propertly this is as easy as:
Once again click on next. The default values should be fine… Of course if you know what you are doing, you may want to change these values, but then again if you know what you are doing, you probably dont need to read this tutorial ;).
Yep, you’ve guessed it, just click on Finish!!! You should be now the proud owner of a fully operational wine emulator. So now it’s time to install Pajek, so, download Pajek. As a normal user, in the directory that you downloaded pajek run ldanon@marvin ldanon$ wine pajek99.exe The following window should popup:

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