first timer, so go easy on me
john at integrita.com
Wed Nov 28 20:40:20 CST 2001
Hmmm...it would seem to me that rather than copying the binaries and DLL's,
you'd want to recompile it using Winelib (assuming it's in C).
Anyhow to answer your question, I haven't heard of that symptom. Tons of
debugging suggestions in the docos.
> Hello fellow Wine users,
> I have written an app that runs in Windows and I would like to try to get it
> running under Linux using Wine. So I copied all of my files and binaries
> from my Windows box to my Linux box (as well as all required DLLs.)
> So far I have been able to get Wine to come up and start, only giving me:
> 'FIXME:pthread_rwlock_rdlock' and 'FIXME:pthread_rwlock_unlock' messages.
> It seems to me that my program is (should be?) running, but I do not see it
> on the desktop.
> My questions are: is this a common problem with a solution? If not and if
> this happens to be the code in my program, is there a way that I can have my
> program (compiled under windows) output debug information while running with
> Wine under Linux?
> Any help would be greatly appreciated,
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