wine and openwall kernel-patch

gerard patel g.patel at
Wed Oct 24 06:03:42 CDT 2001

On Wed, 24 Oct 2001 08:40:51 +0000 (UTC), Vladimir Melnik
<melnik at> wrote:

>Is it possible to run wine on openwall-patched linux kernel?
>Invoking /opt/wine/bin/wine.bin /home/ftp/pub/windows/telnet/putty.exe
>err:win32:do_relocations Standard load address for a Win32 program not
>available - patched kernel ?
>err:win32:do_relocations FATAL: Need to relocate
>Z:\home\ftp\pub\windows\telnet\putty.exe, but no relocation records
>present (stripped during link). Try to run that file directly !
>/opt/wine/bin/wine.bin: can't exec
>'/home/ftp/pub/windows/telnet/putty.exe': error=21
>Wine failed with return code 21
>:( What to do?

Disable it...
If you don't have 0x400000 address available, 
you *cannot* run most Win32 programs (standard
Windows tools don't produce relocatable apps
by default)


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