[Wine] Three simple problems with wine under SuSe 9.3
phil.lemelin at gmail.com
Wed Oct 5 07:40:07 CDT 2005
Well, i'm starting all my apps with this command when working from the
$ wine $HOME/.wine/drive_c/Program\ Files/WordView/WORDVIEW.EXE
So far I didnt' had any problem
It's true that in some script I also use something like
$ wine "c:\\Program Files\\WordView\\WORDVIEW.EXE" "/tmp/tempdoc.doc"
On 10/5/05, Holly Bostick <motub at planet.nl> wrote:
> phil lemelin schreef:
> > On 10/4/05, G4BBH at winlink.org <G4BBH at winlink.org> wrote:
> >> I have three problems with wine. Wine set up a pseudo windows
> >> directory system under my home directory/wine. My application
> >> resides in the created 'Program Files' directory and a necessary
> >> file placed in the windows/system directory.
> >> 1. If I click on the exe and run with wine it works without error.
> >> However I seem unable to set up a path to the exe as in 'wine
> >> "drive_c/Program Files/Airmail/Airmail3.exe"' as the executive can
> >> never be found. I tried all sorts of path combinations and failed.
> > For the point #1 Did you tried without the "" and the path would more
> > look like $HOME/.wine/drive_c/blablabla
> > Phil
> Phil, the quotation marks are necessary because the path contains a
> space (C:\Program Files), and Linux considers a space the end of the
> command unless it is either escaped (C:\\Program\ Files; the extra "\"
> being an escape character to tell a Linux application --which Wine
> is--that the character following the \ should be considered part of the
> command. This is why the first forward slash is escaped as well as the
> space, so that Linux can recognize it, otherwise Wine would read the
> path as C:Program Files), or enclosed in quotes (single or
> double), which tell a Linux application to use the quoted command or
> path 'as is'.
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