[Wine]Execution of WineTools with Wine version 20041201 on
andy.allen at virgin.net
Wed Feb 23 15:39:40 CST 2005
Thanks again Joachim,
I've installed everything as advised (I think), but when I type "wine
notepad" and then "wt2" on a shell, I get the following error messages -
what should I do now please?
[andrew at Atlas2 andrew]$ wine notepad
wine: creating configuration directory '/home/andrew/.wine'...
/usr/bin/wineserver: relocation error: /usr/bin/wineserver: symbol
epoll_create, version GLIBC_2.3.2 not defined in file libc.so.6 with
link time reference
wine: wineprefixcreate failed while creating '/home/andrew/.wine'.
[andrew at Atlas2 andrew]$ wt2
FATAL! You don't have gettext.sh on your system.
On Wed, 2005-02-23 at 08:26, Joachim von Thadden wrote:
> Am Mi, Feb 23, 2005 at 07:46:30 +0000 schrieb Andy Allen:
> > sorry, but I'm pretty confused! Do I need to use Wine version 20041019 as it
> > recommends on your website, or should I go for a more up-to-date
> use 20041019
> > version? I take your point about my distribution (RH9), but I only just
> > bought it! I'll upgrade it reasonably soon, though, I expect. I'll
> You *bought* a more than two years old distribution? The one who sold
> you that is a cheater. Anyway, Wine and WineTools work good with RH9
> also ;-)
> > certainly upgrade/reinstall my Wine and Winetools, but do I use the 386
> > or 686 version? I have a Pentium II processor (266 MHz), so I assume
> > that requires the 686 version?
> Take the i386 one. Your processor seems to be outdated, too. Perhaps you
> should stay with RH9 in that case. I am not sure whether Fedora Core 2
> or 3 will work with reasonable speed with such a slow machine. You
> should also consider not using KDE or Gnome on such a machine. Use
> Fluxbox or something else with a small footprint. And don't expect too
> much from Wine and Windows programs on your system. It will be slow.
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