[Wine] Re: Can't run old program
lassi.syvanen at gmail.com
Mon Mar 19 00:47:17 CDT 2007
> However, I just realized something rather obvious:
> The program you are using contains 16 bit code (where the first crash
> you had occured). Wine is not really good in that area. Was the program
> originally written for Windows 3.11?
I think, I have bought it in 1995, but there has been two updates since
then (the version I have used in testing is the original). So it is
very likely written for Win 3.11. The latest upgrade is from 2000, but
it installs on top of previous version.
However I have a working version of wkp on a WIN 98SE system. Is it
possibly just to copy the whole thing (one directory+shortcuts) to
.wine-directory and try to get that latest version to work without
installation? (The latest version is anyway the one I need). After I
got home I'll try that with a winedebug command.
> In that case, a possibility is
> obtaining an old copy of that and running it in e.g. qemu.
How mature is this qemu? As you have seen I don't have great skills
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