Wine and glibc 3.2.x
kdekorte at yahoo.com
Sun Mar 23 08:51:04 CST 2003
Well I thought I would try a couple more things and send out some comments.
I downloaded wine 2003-02-19 source and compiled it on my machine. I did not
use the LD_ASSUME_KERNEL flag
And everything seems to work ok. So I guess I have problems with my CVS but as
to why it does not work I don't know. But I did notice this.
With wine 2003-02-19 and I run the lotus notes 5.0.11 client I get a lot of
the follow messages
fixme:file:LockFile not implemented in server
fixme:file:UnlockFile not implemented in server
When I run the 2003-03-18 RPM I don't get those messages and Notes does not
I would love to provide more feedback on this. But need some direction.
On another note something that is glibc related... I downloaded the RedHat 8.0
RPM for wine and tried to run it and got a glibc_2.0 symbol error... So
something is not right there.
On Saturday 22 March 2003 04:25 pm, Kevin DeKorte wrote:
> I have tried the following
> make uninstall
> make distclean
> ./cvs update -PAd
> make depend
> sudo make install
> wine /wine/c/Notes/nlnotes.exe
> Notes is giving me an error about not being able to open its data directory
> and winword crashes...
> So I got the rpm from this site
> I installed that.. and now winword works... but Notes give me the file
> locking error..
> Exact error from Notes:
> Unabled to access data directory 'C:\Notes\Data' using preferences file
> So maybe something is not quite right with the file locking code yet.
> I tried to installed one of the previous RPM's but they don't work.
> On Friday 21 March 2003 09:03 pm, Dan Kegel wrote:
> > Kevin DeKorte wrote:
> > > make clean
> > > export LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.2.5
> > > ./configure
> > > make depend
> > > make
> > > sudo make install
> > You forgot to show how you invoked the app. (Presumably
> > it was from the same session, since environment variables
> > are private to each session, and that LD_ASSUME_KERNEL
> > has to be set when all instances of Wine start.)
> > > And I get the same error with Word and Notes.
> > Be sure to check with notepad, too, just to make sure
> > it's not the app.
> > And, I suppose, make sure there isn't some other installation
> > of Wine hanging around.
> > - Dan
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