[Wine]Proper way of updating winetools?
Joachim von Thadden
thadden at web.de
Mon Feb 21 12:55:37 CST 2005
Am Mon, Feb 21, 2005 at 06:47:51PM +0100 schrieb Klaus-Peter Schrage:
> So what I did:
> 1. rpm -Uvh wine-20041201-1fc3winehq.i686.rpm
> 2. rpm -Uvh winetools-2.1.0-jo.i386.rpm
> 3. wt ((now of course as a non-root user))
> 4. Goto 'Base setup'
> 5. Create a fake Windows drive
> 6. True Type Font Arial
> 7. DCOM98
> 8. Internet Explorer 6.0 SP1 German
> 9. Save your wine directory
> 10. exit
> 11. Manually install further sw, like irfanview ...
> All installed software run as expected!
> Now new winetools version 2.11 appears on the scene:
> 12. rpm -Uvh winetools-2.1.1-jo.i386.rpm
> Installed sw still run als expected.
> 13. Starting winetools ('winetools') gives:
> 'Your config is not the one that comes with recent WineTools.'
> 'You should copy WineTools config.211 to .wine/config.'
> 'Shall I do that for you?'
> Giving 'Yes' starts WineTools, and that's precisely where my question
> comes in:
> What are the nexts steps to take, and in which order, if I want to keep
> my old (pre-2.11) installation with all installed software?
You don't have to do anything. WineTools already changed to the new
config. Your Base setup is OK, should not be repeated and you don't have
to do anything further. Look into "Install tested software" and enjoy
the new programs you can install with it.
"Never touch a running system! Never run a touching system?
Never run a touchy system!!!"
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