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First published by:
Troy Wolbrink
on 19 Feb 2020
Last revision by:
Troy Wolbrink
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How can I run TntConnect on Linux?

How can I run TntConnect on Linux?

Step 1) Install CrossOver Linux.

This CodeWeavers tutorial has many helpful tips:
    How to install CrossOver Linux

Step 2)
  Download and open (double-click on) this file:  


Step 3)
  Click "Load" when prompted to load untrusted CrossTie file.
                   (Note:  "untrusted" simply means that CodeWeavers didn't provide the file.)


Step 4) 
Click "Continue" on the first prompt.


Step 5) 
Click "Install" when prompted that CrossOver is ready to install.
             (You don't need to access scanners from TntConnect, so ignore the missing "libsane" message.)


Step 6)
 You may be prompted to enter your password and then later to click Enter:


Step 7)
Follow all the normal prompts to install software...
             (Note:  If the installation never starts, you may need to get tech support from CodeWeavers.)


Step 8) Now, you can double-click on the TntConnect icon in CrossOver:


Any final hints?

CodeWeavers has many helpful tutorials here: CrossOver Linux Tutorials

Recent Comments

By: Richard_S Posted on 3 Aug 2020 7:15 PM

I followed these instructions and was able to install TntConnect on CrossOver in Linux, however once I open the TntConnect program in CrossOver I cannot figure out how to connect to my database. Anyone know how to do this or have any tips?  Thanks!

By: frederickjh Posted on 23 Jan 2021 8:50 PM

I am still on an older version of TNTconnect. If your database is in your normal Linux file system directories then these normally appear as drive z: in TNTconnect. Go to /home/ then your username and then find your database file.

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