directX and transgaming patch
bpostow at cs.umd.edu
Tue Jul 3 12:34:46 CDT 2001
In article <3b421559.330636 at news.nerim.net>,
gerard patel <g.patel at wanadoo.fr.invalid> wrote:
>On 3 Jul 2001 10:22:08 -0400, bpostow at cs.umd.edu (Brian Postow) wrote:
>> It said that there was an old version of wineserver running
>> or in my path. I couldn't find it, and neither could
>> (possible that I just have
>> installed SO many different
>> versions that its unclean....)
>it's possible to delete a program while it is running, so
>the wineserver was probably still in memory, even if there
>is no way to find it on disk. The wineserver is holding
>on a special file in the ~/.wine directory unless it exits one
>way or another.
>ps -ax and kill <id of wineserver>
Actually, I tried this. I did ps-aux |grep wine and it came up empty...
>reboot (to respect Windows traditions)
did not try this.
hrm, so now I have to re-download the entire cvs again? Is there a
tarball form of a relatively stable version of the transgaming wine?
More incoherent ramblings from: Brian "Lizard Bench Mango" Postow ('94)
FOOBAR: Foo Of Oberlin Bygone Alumni Retirees the foo, the proud: the Foo.
If there's more to science than hooking up dead comedians' brains to
vacuum cleaners, I don't want to know about it. Dr. Ashfield
More information about the wine-users