More WineX Build Problems

Ville Herva vherva at
Thu Aug 9 02:41:03 CDT 2001

In article <9kspp6$f3e$2 at>, Jonathan wrote:
> The configure file does exist and yes /bin/sh exists also.
> In article <3B71B597.41DDA034 at>, dank at says...
> >
> >Jonathan wrote:
> >> 
> >> I downloaded a newer copy of WineX from the CVS, using WinCVS (Pesky 
> winmodem
> >> doesn't work with Linux).  I copied it to my linux partition & did a
> >> ./configure .  To my surprise, an error was returned!
> >> bash: ./configure: No such file or directory
> >> I'm confused.  What am I doing wrong (Yes, I'm a pathetic newbie)? Anybody 
> have
> >> any ideas?
> >
> >Does the file 'configure' exist?  Maybe you're in the wrong directory?
> >
> >wine/configure starts out
> >#! /bin/sh  
> >Does the file /bin/sh exist?  (Boy, it better...)

Sound like you have DOS line endings in the configure script. In that case,
kernel tries to launch "/bin/sh^M" instead of "/bin/sh".

Do a dos2unix or download the source so that the line endings don't get

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