If you're running a Linux system (who could blame you?) and you want to run Xrumer, you'll need to run it throught WINE (which stands for WINE Is Not an Emulator). This will allow you to run almost any Windows application. (You'll have to check with WineHQ's compatibility list, however. I can't post links since I'm still a newbie here.) First of all, make sure you have all the following software installed... WINE (Stable) sudo Alright, step one... In the Terminal, go to the directory in which you installed/extracted Xrumer(Versionnumber).exe. For instance, let's say you extracted Xrumer under /home/Downloads/xrumer. You'll need to open the Terminal. If you start in the /home directory, then type in... Code: cd Downloads cd xrumer Once there, you'll need to use chmod to modify the .exe into something executable in Linux. Think of it as giving it permission to run. Type this in... Code: sudo chmod 777 Xrumer(Versionnumber).exe Now that you have the security permissions inside the exe, type this to run it... Code: sudo wine Xrumer(Versionnumber).exe The setup should begin. Go through all of the steps, and remember the directory under which you extracted it. (For simplicity's sake, extract it to the same directory as Xrumer(Versionnumber).exe.) Go to the installed directory. (To go "up", use [cd ..]). Now we need to modify the actual program's .exe using the same method as the setup executable. Code: sudo chmod 777 xpymep.exe Then run it using WINE. Code: sudo wine xpymep.exe There you go! The program should be fully functional under WINE. Granted, I only tested the demo version, but I'm not sure what would or wouldn't be functional under the full version. More information (or a free copy of Xrumer for testing purposes ) would be appreciated, and I will edit this topic accordingly. Have fun, and don't forget to +rep and thanks! I will also take any questions and answer them to the best of my ability.