can't find libntdll.so, but it's there
pablito at lanminds.com
Wed Mar 7 11:36:41 CST 2001
I figured out what the problem is, at least for some Mandrake 7.2 users.
There is a script around for upgrading a plain vanilla Mandrake 7.2 system
to use the glibc2.2 libraries. It involves jamming the packages on and then
rewriting ld.so.conf. However the sample rewritten ld.so.conf file does not
have the line that says /usr/X11R6/lib/wine, just the line that says
so I upgraded with this script to run the newer version of wine and then it
doesn't find libntdll.so because the path to wine is gone. I wonder if
other people had this problem too.
by the way the newer version of wine (1202) does work better.
pablito wrote in message ...
>Wine (20001202-1mdk) invoked, message "can't find libntdll.so, no such file
>or directory." However there is such a file. Same wine.conf file used as
>with earlier version 20001026-4mdk. In both installations, wine never made
>a proper wine.conf file, file was blank and I had to write my own. I don't
>notice anything in the wine.conf file about where the libraries are.
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