I try to install once a week with my Ubuntu 17.04 patched up-to-date (currently using kernel v4.15.7) and using the latest nightly build (crossover_20180228-1.deb), but I always get th same result. It creates a bottle named TC2000 and installs .NET4 successfully but when it goes to install the application, it hangs during the 'Extracting files from archive' phase. The installer (TC2000v17setup.exe) is in my downloads folder and the install looks fine until it gets to the point I just mentioned. If anyone has any ideas or tips they can offer, please respond.
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