"Out of memory" install error message
cbrey at attglobal.net
Sat Feb 23 09:52:51 CST 2002
I've been trying to install a legacy 16-bit Windows app called
Expensable, published about 7 years ago by Intuit. Over the years I've
run it natively, under Win-OS/2, and under Wine with a native Windows
partition. Never a problem.
Now that I've removed the Windows partition from my Linux box, I've set
up Wine to work with fake Windows. The installation is fine, and I've
successfully tested various Windows apps with it. But Expensable refuses
to install; when I run "wine a:\setup", a modal box pops up at a certain
point saying "Out of memory".
I've also tried this: I installed Expensable on my kids' Windows 98 box,
then copied the installed program files plus all relevant dll's and ini
files and installed them bodily into the appropriate subdirectories in
my fake_windows directory. When I run the main executable (qex.exe)
under Wine, I get an error message saying it "cannot connect to
qconnect.dll". Qconnect.dll is correctly installed in
~/.wine/fake_windows/Windows/System, and I'm left scratching my head. I
also tried "wine -dll qconnect=n qex.exe" on the command line. No dice.
So-- my questions are: 1) Is there a way to make "Windows" think there's
more memory available for it so that the Setup program will work
(there's plenty of physical memory available on my Linux box); and/or 2)
How can I make qex.exe understand how to connect to qconnect.dll?
Many many thanks to you great coders out there,
|Carter Brey (cbrey at attglobal.net)|
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