[Wine] Re: Wine for command line only (Darwine/MacIntel)
Mon Mar 19 00:50:53 CDT 2007
On 2006-11-17 15:54:29 -0500, Daniel Skorka <skorka at gmx.net> said:
> Dennis <dtempleton-at-virginia-dot-edu> wrote:
>> I "installed" the Darwine x86 package by copying it to the applications
>> folder. Not surprisingly, not having it installed into /usr/bin I
>> can't access this via the terminal. The FAQ is silent on this.
> You just copied the package? Not even extracted it? I don't know how
> things are done in the Mac World, but I'll hazard the guess that this is
> not sufficient to install software.
Yup, it seems so to me, but here is the info from the package:
How to Install
Drag and Drop the folder Darwine to your application folder.
Actually, this install works for the test apps, that use X11 windows.
However, they don't lead to a usable command line.
A lot more poking around lead to this thread:
Which has some instructions that look like a "real " install.
I'll try to come back and report, but that's what I have learned so far
>> What am I missing, should I move this or a central program to the bin
>> file? Should I build it separately from this binary?
> You should _install_ the package by whichever means are appropriate.
> What is "Should I build it separately from this binary?" supposed to
>> Codeweavers is providing Mac-centric ports of DarWine for the new Intel
>> Macs, but they are also focussed on installing complex window-based
>> programs, and their faq is silent too.
> Codewavers provide a flavor of wine which is suited to use certain
> complex windows-based programs that vanilla wine is unable to run
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