Wine and Windows 2000
vinsoncg at yahoo.com
Fri Sep 14 15:32:23 CDT 2001
Thanks for the info.
Registered Linux User #214882
"B. Joshua Rosen" <bjrosen at polybus.com> wrote in message
news:pan.2001.09.14.08.08.26.745.10150 at polybus.com...
> If the apps that you want to run are things like Office you are better
> off using Win4Lin or vmware. I use wine for applications that require
> large amounts of memory (Win4Lin is limited to 64M) and consist of single
> executables, i.e. they are not large collections of DLLs. For me that
> means Xilinx place and route tools which started life as Unix apps and
> are ported to Windoze. For true Windows apps like Word or Acrobat
> Distiller I use WIn4Lin I find that Win4Lin is the best solution.
> In <3ba1ca50$0$1526$4c5ecdc7 at news.erinet.com>, Charles Vinson wrote:
> > Would you be willing to email me (or post) a copy of your config file? I
> > too use WIN98, but only a few programs actually work. IE5.5 opens, but
> > does little else. OE5.5 will not open at all. Office 2000 programs all
> > open, but cannot open or save files. I am sure my problems have
> > something to do with my config file, but I cannot figure it out. I am
> > using the latest version of Codeweaver on SuSe 7.1 and a WIN98SE
> > partition on the same drive. Thanks
> > --
> > Chuck Vinson
> > Dayton OH
> > Registered Linux User #214882
> > "Praedor Tempus" <praedor at uswest.net> wrote in message
> > news:q%fo7.6170$Hp3.553357 at news.uswest.net...
> >> I would suggest you go back to 98 for now. Windoze 2000 is still
> >> rather new and it will require some time for wine to catch up to the
> >> many subtle and pointless changes made to the dlls and such that M$
> >> made to them.
> >> I was having few problems with wine and 98 SE myself but then I
> >> upgraded
> > my
> >> windoze to ME and poof! No more worky.
> >> Scott wrote:
> >> > I had the latest wine running under winblows 98 SE for a week or two
> > with
> >> > no problems, then I installed winblows 2000 and now I cannot get wine
> >> > to work. It is important for me to get it running again since I run
> >> > United Devices cancer research agent (http://members.ud.com) 24/7 to
> >> > help them find a cure
> >> > for cancer. Is wine compatible with Win2k, or will I need to
> >> > re-install 98 again?
> >> > --
> >> > Interested in finding a cure for cancer?
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > B9BAAB072-
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