[Bug 30657] New: Wine Broken After Ubuntu 12.04 Upgrade 64-bit; Can't Even Directly Open EXEs, Yet Some Installed Programs Still Run
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Sat May 12 03:03:02 CDT 2012
Bug #: 30657
Summary: Wine Broken After Ubuntu 12.04 Upgrade 64-bit; Can't
Even Directly Open EXEs, Yet Some Installed Programs
AssignedTo: wine-bugs at winehq.org
ReportedBy: ubuntu at ozzyfrank.com
Hi. Ever since upgrading my 64-bit Ubuntu system to 12.04, Wine has been
broken, yet it is inconsistent, as some programs work. For example, Mailwasher
Pro still loads at startup, yet I cannot for the life of me get others like DVD
Shrink to run, even when directly double-clicking the EXE file. With DVD Shrink
3.2 in particular, I can run the installer OK, but not the installed program.
Also, I couldn't even get winecfg to load at first, and trying to run the
offending apps via the terminal produced errors like:
"Warning: could not find DOS drive for current working directory" (even when
double-clicking the EXE), and:
"Too many open files" with instructions to set the ulimit higher than 1024.
While I've never had to deal with that before, it wasn't too hard, and it gave
me back winecfg at least, so I could then try some things with DVD Shrink.
I've upgraded Wine from 1.4x (whichever was installed with the 12.04 upgrade)
to the latest 1.5.3, but all that did was make Mailwasher Pro NOT run, until I
tried "Graphics > Emulate a virtual desktop", and it can run again that way (it
now definitely won't run, or show itself if it is running, without doing that).
No change whatsoever in DVD Shrink (which is the program I really want to use).
Also, I thought I'd see how the big beast - Adobe Photoshop - fares, and I just
opened it without issue, so this really has me stumped. DVD Shrink now doesn't
die with the error about no DOS directory, but fails with these error messages:
"p11-kit: couldn't load module:
/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/pkcs11/gnome-keyring-pkcs11.so: cannot open shared
object file: No such file or directory" (this is the first thing in the
terminal when trying to run the command)
"(wine:6470): GStreamer-WARNING **: Failed to load plugin
/usr/lib/gstreamer-0.10/libgstffmpeg.so: wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS64" (there's
a bunch of similar "wine:6470" ones)
A few hundred lines beginning with "err:dsound" and "err:quartz", etc.
Quite a few of these scattered through it:
"fixme:gstreamer:Gstreamer_transform_Cleanup 0x16ddec40 stub"
"libgcc_s.so.1 must be installed for pthread_cancel to work" (a few of those
near the end), and finally (very last line):
"wine client error:d7: libgcc_s.so.1 must be installed for pthread_cancel to
Interestingly, these last couple of times I tried to run DVD Shrink, it would
actually throw up its own error message box saying it has crashed (which I'm
used to seeing, as I could never get it to do more than one title in Wine
without crashing), whereas before nothing happened at all (but it would still
be trying to run in the background, as in System Monitor it would still be
there "sleeping" and I'd have to Kill Process to stop it).
Hopefully that is enough to give someone in the know some idea what is going
on. If not, I'm happy to supply more info. Many thanks in advance. Frank
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