dkegel at ixiacom.com
Mon Sep 24 18:15:56 CDT 2001
Ben Waldher wrote:
> Ok, I am running Redhat Linux 7.1 on my second hard drive, on my main hard
> drive I have windows 98 second edition. So, in the console I type:
> mount -t vfat /dev/hda1 /disks/c
> and I got my Drive C in my wine config set to the appropriate directory. So
> I browse to /disks/c in the console and type:
> wine program.exe
> And the following error comes up:
> Warning: could not find wine config [Drive x] for current working directory
> /disks/c/windows; starting in windows driectory
> wine: cannot find 'program.exe'
> This happens with all the programs I use.
You probably need to edit ~/.wine/config and tell it that
drive C is /disks/c, e.g.
"Path" = "/disks/c"
"Type" = "hd"
"Label" = "c"
"Filesystem" = "win95"
or something like that. Might depend on which version of Wine you're
> Now, when I do a cd I browse to
> that and try setup.exe. The following error shows up:
> Then up comes a window:
> Setup Initialization Error
> Setup Requires a different version of windows. Check to make sure that you
> are running Setup on the Windows platform for which it is intended.
> Error 102.
> BTW, the program on the CD was Half-Life.
Many setup.exe programs don't work properly on Wine. It's often best
to install the programs under Windows, then use them under Linux with
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