Error at end of app install: can't open builtin library for
wine-devel at kievinfo.com
Sat Dec 17 00:12:37 CST 2005
Friday, December 16, 2005, 10:45:06 PM, Dan Kegel wrote:
> On 12/16/05, Vitaliy Margolen <wine-devel at kievinfo.com> wrote:
>> > $ rm -rf .wine
>> > $ wine/wine notepad.exe
>> > /home/dank/.wine updated successfully.
>> > $ find .wine -name regsvr32.exe -ls
>> > 4669487 0 lrwxrwxrwx 1 dank dank 40 Dec 17 03:35
>> > .wine/drive_c/windows/system32/regsvr32.exe ->
>> > /home/dank/wine/programs/regsvr32.exe.so
>> Yup, exactly what I said.
> ? You were talking about something being overwritten with a
> native copy by an installer, but you can see from the log
> that no installer was run.
That file is not in your ~/.wine directory. When you removed it, you
haven't touched the actual "regsvr32.exe.so" file.
>> 'file /home/dank/wine/programs/regsvr32.exe.so' to see what I'm talking
> $ file /home/dank/wine/programs/regsvr32.exe.so
> /home/dank/wine/programs/regsvr32.exe.so: symbolic link to
> $ file /home/dank/wine/programs/regsvr32/regsvr32.exe.so
> /home/dank/wine/programs/regsvr32/regsvr32.exe.so: ELF 32-bit LSB
> shared object, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), not stripped
> What does that tell you? The file looks like a perfectly good
> ELF file, as one would expect. How do you explain the next line from the log,
> $ wine/wine .wine/drive_c/windows/system32/regsvr32.exe
> wine: cannot open builtin library for
> /home/dank/wine/programs/regsvr32.exe.so: invalid ELF header
Yeah. The only time I have seen this message in relation to regsvr32.exe
is only when Wine's builtin regsvr32.exe.so was overwritten with native
PE executable. That could happen only of you have write access to the the
place where you installed wine, or if you running it from the source
In this case I don't know then what is going on. Could you follow all the
symlinks and verify that it is in fact ELF? Also can you remove this file
and remake it? If it is ELF it must be corrupted in some way.
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