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 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'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 installed wine 64. Then I discovered that winetricks likes wine 32. I uninstalled all the wine packages that have 64 in the name. But I still can't seem to get things working right. Does anyone know how to completely wipe all the wine packages so I can do a fresh install of wine 32?
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,