WinMX under Wine

Joker 2 Thief l33tsklz at
Sun Oct 14 03:53:00 CDT 2001

In article <9qbinv$ctt$1 at news.BelWue.DE>, "Andreas Mohr Usenet 10/01"
<a31dgo001 at> wrote:

I am god damn sick of being told to RTFM... I've been reading the damned
things, and if they had helped me, I wouldn't be posting here for help
like an idiot, now would I?? 

> gerard patel <g.patel at> wrote:
>> On Sun, 14 Oct 2001 04:13:55 GMT, "Joker 2 Thief"
>> <l33tsklz at> wrote:
>>>I'm trying to run WinMX under Wine... All attempts I have made have
>>>proven futile. I get the following Error message... 
>>>err:module:PE_fixup_imports Module (file) MFC42.DLL (which is needed by
>>>C:\Program Files\WinMX\WinMX.exe) not found  All attempts to tell wine
>>>where the .DLL file is have failed. It woulnd't let me identify it with
>>>the -dll argument, and wouldn't find it when I edited the config file
>>>to tell it was a native file.
>> Maybe Wine finds the file and fails to load it because the file needs
>> to load another dll that is not found... or fails because of some
>> unimplemented api. Run with -debugmsg +module and post the 200 lines
>> before the message you quoted.
> No, I don't think so.
> I rather think that if he spent some 40 seconds or so and actually
> examined *all* settings in the wine config file about relevance at least
> a *bit*, then he would immediately find the problem (most probably
> system directory config wrong, not using system32 as used by FAT
> partition). A typical case of RTFM, I think.

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