[Wine] Re: Install problems
trebert at telia.com
Mon Mar 19 00:46:58 CDT 2007
Daniel Skorka wrote:
> TobbeR <trebert at telia.com> wrote:
> > Hi, tried to install the advanced DSP program Spectrum Lab which I have
> > been able to install in a previous version but the latest will not
> > work. I'm using he latest verson of Wine in Kubuntu. Error messages as
> "The latest version in kubuntu" is a useless specification for most of
> us. Just mention the version number.
> > tobbe at jme:~$ wine InstallSpecLab.EXE
> > wine: Unhandled page fault on read access to 0xc20d27f9 at address
> > 0x7e84bc8f (t
> > hread 0009), starting debugger...
> > WineDbg starting on pid 0x8
> > Unhandled exception: page fault on read access to 0xc20d27f9 in 32-bit
> > code (0x7
> > e84bc8f).
> > fixme:dbghelp:elf_load_debug_info_from_map Alpha-support for Dwarf2
> > information
> > for libgl.so.1
>> The crash happens inside GLX, i.e. when trying to set up an OpenGL
> display. This is funny in itself, because OpenGL is something you really
> don't need to install a program. I assume the install program does not
> use one of the standard installers for windows out there?
> Did you update other packages, especially relating to GLX, X11 or OpenGL
> since the last time you successfully installed this program?
> Also, are you using the binary drivers from ATI? If yes, please try with
> the open source drivers and see if it makes a difference. Lastly,
> installing the -dbg version of the package that provides libGL.so and
> then using it via LD_LIBRARY_PATH would provide a more meaningful
Thanks for answering, I have been experimenting with the settings and I
have installed SpecLab by emulating Win ME (or NT4 or WIN98). My first
try was XP, then Win2000 but when I tried Win98 it worked, BUT then I
couldn't install the chess program Arena (www.playwitharena.com) it
needed at least ME. So I have settled on NT4 as it seems to work for
both. I do have problems with Winecfg, if I try to use the XP or
Win2000 settings I loose winecfg, can't be started again unless I
delete the .wine folder.
I can also confirm a suggestion you did in a previous post, the Audio
settings in winecfg will not work unless you delete winearts.drv.so.
BTW, I have Wine 0.9.20 with Kubuntu Dapper. AMD 2600+, 1 Gb, ATI
Radeon 9250 with ATI driver.
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