ccdbm2000 at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 3 13:06:29 CST 2003
That's great news Danny! Now if only we could get
sharky to work, we can make our network a purely Linux
one. A Microsoft Solution Provider in Sta. Monica told
us that Linux might be free, but the consultants would
"kill us" with their labor costs, plus the latest
useful software don't run on the Linux Emulators so
its better to install a Windows 2000 advanced server
and Windows workstations. Darren told me these exact
words "maybe this whole Linux idea is a big
mistake..." but I told him I'll talk to a couple more
consultants if something could be worked out... I'll
get to the other questions later, we're swamped with
work every Monday =) Thanks!
--- Dan Kegel <dank at kegel.com> wrote:
> Dan Kegel wrote:
> > I got Yardi Professional (the low-end version of
> > products at http://www.yardi.com) running under
> > at least with its sample database!
> > And it doesn't look bad. I guess someone
> > with a real Yardi installation will just have to
> > it sometime soon to see if it works on real data,
> > with the data stored on a network drive.
> Forgot the details. To install and run it, you
> currently need to copy a number of DLLs from
> a real windows system. When I run, I use
> the commandline
> wine --dll compobj,storage,ole2,ole32=n Y.EXE
> Same thing when installing.
> wine --dll storage,ole2,ole32=n Y.EXE
> wine --dll compobj,ole2,ole32=n Y.EXE
> gives the warning "loading builtin ole32.dll,
> but native version already present. Expect
> and fails.
> wine Y.EXE
> fails with an exception in 16 bit code, possibly
> wine's compobj dll doesn't implement the
> interface. I've been told that's expected at this
> - Dan
> Dan Kegel
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