[PATCH] Add support for GNU/Hurd
svante.signell at gmail.com
Fri Jan 3 09:49:39 CST 2014
On Fri, 2014-01-03 at 15:35 +0100, André Hentschel wrote:
> Am 03.01.2014 12:32, schrieb Svante Signell:
> > Hi,
> > Currently wine-1.6.1 FTBFS on Debian GNU/Hurd, see
> > https://buildd.debian.org/status/fetch.php?pkg=wine&arch=hurd-i386&ver=1.6.1-11&stamp=1388629359
> This winterbreak i looked into this again, too. I was quite suprised
> that i had no problems with socket credentials, but it might still be a
> problem in other hurd distros.
The only credentials needed by wine is SCM_RIGHTS, and that is already
supported. The problem was with *context functions and TLS. Since they
are now supported, wine runs :)
Just FYI: There is no current Hurd distro except Debian. Arch Hurd
exists, but is now outdated. Efforts are ongoing however, to re-vitalise
> > Attached is a patch enabling the build:
> > - dlls/ntdll/directory.c: Define a character array on the heap of size
> > 4096 instead of using PATH_MAX, which is not defined for GNU/Hurd. This
> > approach was used in dlls/ntdll/file.c:server_get_unix_name() where an
> > array of size 1024 was defined. In case this solution is not OK, a fixed
> > size array on the stack could be used, or as a last resort adding
> > #ifndef PATH_MAX; #define PATH_MAX 4096 to that file (not recommended,
> > at least from a GNU/Hurd aspect).
> I recently sent a patch for this and failed, problem is that you can't
> allocate memory inside an APC callback. I think we should address this
> first before the other issues.
If not possible to use the heap, then the stack should be used:
preferably a fixed size array of 4096 bytes (not PATH_MAX).
> > - libs/wine/ldt.c: Add LDT support for GNU/Hurd
> > - dlls/ntdll/signal_i386.c: Add i386 signal handling support for
> > GNU/Hurd
> The interesting part of these patches were made by Andrew Nguyen some
> years ago, i already contacted him some days ago to ask how he wants to
> proceed with this, no response yet.
Yes I know, they should hopefully have been integrated upstream a long
> > Applications tested so far (slow to start) include cmd, hostname, clock,
> > winemine, wineconsole, notepad, wordpad and explorer.
> These are winelib apps and a bad indicator for functionality. I tried
> PowerPointViewer here for this reason and it installs and runs.
I did only try the functions available under .wine/drive_c, and did not
find any PowerPointViewer application. Is that an M$ application?
More information about the wine-devel