I am unable to configure my dvd-rom and dvd-rw drives in wine, I try several things and nothing works. I'm using FC16. Is there a simple way to get this working? Please help!! :confused:
on 07/14/2012 – Made popular on 07/14/2012
Hi everyone, i have a small problem with wine, i updated to wine wine-1.5.12-3, now by default wine command is not working, i get:wine
-bash: /usr/local/bin/wine: No such file or directorySo i removed the old wine, and installed it again, but i still get the same ...
I'm using WINE 1.6-rc4, which I downloaded and installed. The one in the repository (1.4something) was not running Treepad Business well and so I wanted to try a later WINE to see if it would run better, which it did.
On the security page (http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=510812) it recommends that you don't run WINE under root.
I have just upgraded my laptop to FC16 from 14. I'm a little behind because this laptop is my bread and butter so tested everything for the last 6 months on a desktop in my lab that serves the same purpose as my laptop. The problem is wine. Seems that wine on the laptop has issues with accessing regsvr32.exe. Tried doing a yum remove wine and then reloading it but to no avail.
I have been working on getting Dungeons and Dragons online working with Wine, and I have the game working perfectly except there is no sound. I am using a program called PyLotRO that works along side Wine to help log in to the servers. I get a few errors in the log box that pops up for PyLotRO which I believe is showing the output from wine, but I am not positive. The errors are below:
Wine is an Open Source implementation of the Windows API on top of X and Unix.Think of Wine as a compatibility layer for running Windows programs. Wine does not require Microsoft Windows, as it is a completely free alternative implementation of the Windows API consisting of 100% non-Microsoft code,
Google SketchUp is a very popular,CAD style appliction.It is free but only Windows and Mac packages provided.This simple tutorial shows how to install Google SketchUp using Wine for Ubuntu user.
1.First of all,install wine or upgrade you wine to the latest version.It is best to have at least 1.1.11 of wine.
open up a terminal window and run following command to install wine from PPA:
I am having an issue of opening an .exe file with WINE. For some Windows programs WINE works, for others it does not. I want to know the dependencies for WINE. How can i check whether a particular .exe file will work perfectly with WINE.Thanks in advance!
Ok I am a new wine user so bare with me guys, I have a windows PC that is sharing files to my linux machine. I can see the stuff that I shared from my network directory but In wine I want to be able to use those exe's that are on the share with Wine. Theres on option in Wine to map network drives but Im not entirely too clear on how to go about using that. Someone please help.