Anyone had success using wine on x86_64 on FC3?
I've tested almost all the i386 packages for fc3 available on winehq ,
but all of them fail at some point..
The latest one (wine-20050310-1fc3winehq) dies (to be more exact , it
dies and runs WineDbg) after I setup a fake root , install arial font
and try to install dcom 98 using winetools...
The error: (just part of the log.. if anything else is needed , I can
post it all)
WINEDLLOVERRIDES="ole32=n" setarch i386 wine ./dcom98.exe
waiting for wineservers to exit...
wine: Unhandled exception (thread 000b), starting debugger...
WineDbg starting on pid 0xa
Unhandled exception: page fault on read access to 0x77bfbee9 in 32-bit
In 32 bit mode.
And then comes all the register dump , stack dump , backtrace....
Any encantations I should do to make it work?
Nothing bugs me more than an app that doesn't do what I ask it to. I
made the choice to go with KDE for various reasons, one of which is look
& feel. I would like all of my apps to run under my L&F of choice. Can
someone please point me toward instructions on how to force
Gnome-looking apps to run looking like those in KDE? I've spent a good
amount of time on Google and the various KDE sites. I can't seem to
find it. Any pointers are appreciated. Thanks!
Excuse me if this is another answer in my face question:
I have a simple program - in order to run it, I have to open a shell and
type in the program name and arguments; it then opens a second shell
or window depending on the arguments and runs - this is dosemu for the
inquisitive a 'dos in a box' program to run dos legacy stuff.
I would like to create a simple executable script that I could place on
my desktop to run this sequence. I can't figure out how. I've tried
simply writing a one line file that contains the program and arguments,
and making that executable, but that doesn't work. I think there's that
extra step of invoking a shell first that has to happen. If I press
alt-f2 and type in the program in the command window, that works, so how
do I turns those two steps into one executable?
Bluemont, VA, USA