wrc doesn't seem to accept -r option,even though it is
automatically generated by make file
parzp at shaw.ca
Mon Nov 10 17:05:03 CST 2003
On November 10, 2003 15:34, Ivan Leo Murray-Smith wrote:
> You can easily upgrade to the october build, a GUI (winesetuptk) can write
> the config for you, see
I am sending you email, because your message did not appear on the mailing
list, so I can't respond to it there. I hope this is OK with you. As I said
in the original post, I am not a wine "developer" (too ignorant for that), I
am a (potential) user of the wine library, and the wine-user list people
seemed to think my question was for wine-devel. At this point I don't even
know if I have a bug or some finger-trouble, and if I have a bug, it is with
an old version, yet a newer version gives me big problems, so I dont't want
to go to the bug report stage if all I am doing is making some stupid
is broken. The latest rpm there for Mandrake is dated 20030911. I believe that
is the version I downloaded and which would crash on starting my programs,
which as I said, is the reason I reverted back to the version that came with
There is no Mandrake rpm at Sourceforge for wine-devel, so which wine-devel
rpm should I use?
Given that I can obtain a complete set of compatible rpms, do I need to
un-install my present wine installation?
What will happen to my .wine directory? Will the old config info be used, or
will it confuse the new installation?
I have my own "wine" directory, under which is my own assembly of a "windows"
installation, which took some time to get right. Should I keep this?
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