Newbie question regarding Linux command info

Incogneeto

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I have an Acer 714 Chromebook , I have added Wine 6.0 to Linux to run a couple of microsoft programs. One of the programs is converting a gpx file to a ggz file for a Garmin gpsr.
I can use the program to convert a single gpx file to ggz file but I want to use the wildcard application to put multiple gpx files in one ggz file.
Of course the program is set up for windows saying "You can use wildcards too! For example: C:\temp\*.gpx process all GPX files in c:\temp directory."
My question is what does Linux use in place of C drive?
I have multiple gpx files in Linux Files.

I told you I am a newbie to Linux, so I am sorry if this is a real basic question.

The computer says I am using Debian 10 environment

thanks....
 


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Your c:\Windows\temp is /tmp/, but probably you should check Wine's manual to check where it does search / place windows app's temp files, which may or may not be /tmp/
 
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