Once again: Wine without X?
pouech-eric at wanadoo.fr
Wed Jul 16 13:17:37 CDT 2003
Dan Kegel wrote:
> OK folks, it's time for my semiannual "I need Wine to
> run a commandline program, but can't get it to work" rant.
> First try: just do a default installation of wine-20030709.
> $ wine -- /dos/d/vss/win32/ss.exe
> Could not stat /mnt/fd0 (No such file or directory), ignoring drive A:
> x11drv: Can't open display:
> $ echo $DISPLAY
> That should have worked, since ss.exe doesn't use any GDI functions.
drivers are loaded for USER, not GDI. So the first question is where
does ss.exe pull USER32.DLL from ?
> Is this the recommended way to run console wine programs without
> any $&?@!\% curses stuff kicking in and without X?
wine pgm.exe if pgm.exe doesn't depend on user & gdi (but that's not
> And is
> there a chance of setting this behavior on a program-by-program
> basis? AppDefaults appears to be keyed off the driver already, so is
> not able to say "these apps should not use x11drv or ttydrv".
It wouldn't be very difficult to set the User32 Driver on a pgm per pgm
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