i need to run an arabic program with wine and it doesn't work, is there a way to change the non-unicode language using wine? if not, is there any other solution to my problem. Thanks
on 11/01/2012 – Made popular on 11/01/2012
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 ...
The version 1.2 of the well know wine is now released and you can download it from the next link. If you don't know what wine is, let me explain a little and short. wine is a program (wine is not emulator) that allow you to run windows programs. Some of the new features from wine after 2 years without a stable release.
I'm using Fedora 10, and I have a problem using WINE and derivatives (e.g. crossover)
When installing wine and trying to use any program via WINE I get no network connection whatsoever, no matter which program I try to use. I also tried reinstalling said programs and reinstalling wine, but nothing helped. Can anyone tell me what might be the problem there?
When using WINE and having any Ubuntu program opened like Firefox or Nautilus, there is no way to ALT+TAB, SUPER+W or any other way of changing windows. The first time it might work but after that the mouse can "move" from the wine app to the ubuntu app but the keyboard and mouse actions only stay in WINE.
This problem seems to be opposite of any other wine sound problems, sound works beautifully in World of Warcraft under wine, but it remove all audio output for other programs such as Mangler and the system sound test program. I have tried starting programs before and after WoW to see if that will make the audio work but that doesn't help, I'm all out of ideas.