Trouble setting up wine
marcus at jet.franken.de
Tue Oct 2 11:54:36 CDT 2001
In article <3BB9E9DF.6BDF1771 at kegel.com>, Dan Kegel <dank at kegel.com> wrote:
>> I have followed the Installation Guide on the winehq website, but the "bz"
>> files they reference in the guide are not there. All I could download was
>> the "unstripped-latest-version" rpm files, which I did.
>> Through following the installation instructions, I copied and renamed the
>> files, as well as changed the attributes, but all I come up with when
>> running wine -v is "cannot execute binary file".
>> When I run ldd /usr/local/bin/wine I get "not a dynamic executable",
>> despite the chmod a+x attribute I applied to it.
>> Am I running the wrong version (rpm vs binary) of this file? I can't seem
>> to find any others, or any bz files on the site for download.
>Perhaps you should try the Codeweavers Preview; it's easier to
>install. Or wait for Red Hat 7.2 or Debian Woody; they both will
>come with Wine integrated.
Or use Caldera, integrating WINE since 1999. ;)
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