Tue Aug 30 17:20:58 CDT 2005
i.e. you would use
You should also take Dimi's advice and see if winegcc, et al. will suit your needs.
-- Jeff Smith
--- Anjan Sarkar <anjan.sarkar at eudoramail.com> wrote:
> I am using wine for my personal interest and need your help regarding the following
> problem I have faced.
> I have following configuration,
> a) Red Had Linux 9.0
> b) Wine (wine-20030813.tar.gz) is extracted in /ww/wine-20030813
> c) It creates a directory /c for windows
> and /root/.wine
> d) All the bin files are at /usr/local/bin
> Wine runs fine in my machine. Now I try to complie windows project in Linux via
> I have made the following things,
> copy all the .c, .h, .rc files from programs/winemine dir to programs/winemine2
> then from winemine2 run the following commands,
> $ winemaker --lower-uppercase .
> $ ./configure --with-wine=/usr/local/wine
> It gives me the error,
> "checking for windef.h configure:error couldnot find Wine headers(windef.h)
> I have also copy the file from /usr/local/include/wine/windows to current directory.
> Still the problem exists.
> Kindly suggest me what I have to do?
> Again please excuse me for this silly question.
> Thanking you,
> Anjan Sarkar
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