--winver has gone ?
edaniel at perso.mine.nu
Wed Jun 19 03:26:21 CDT 2002
Other wise, if you don't want (or can't) user the command line
you can set this up in the config file
"windows" = "win98"
this is the default value
and then you could create a config file per program and have wine using
this particular =config file
The other solution (I think it is better), is to create a section per applications in the config file :
"windows" = "win2k"
here are the version you can use : win95, win98, winme, nt351, nt40, win2k, winxp, win20, win30, win31
hope this help a little
On Wed, Jun 19, 2002 at 02:09:05AM -0500, edaniel wrote:
> Which version are you using ?
> here what I have with mine
> Usage: wine [options] [--] program_name [arguments]
> The -- has to be used if you specify arguments (of the program)
> --debugmsg name Turn debugging-messages on or off
> --dll name Enable or disable built-in DLLs
> --dosver x.xx DOS version to imitate (e.g. 6.22)
> Only valid with --winver win31
> --help,-h Show this help message
> --managed Allow the window
> manager to manage created windows
> --version,-v Display the Wine
> --winver Version to imitate (win95,win98,winme,nt351,nt40,win2k,winxp,win20,win30,win31)
> --dt Defer trace
> until Alt+F12
> maybe your version is more recent than mine .... but the one I have work
> with loooooots of progs :D
> See you
> On Wed, Jun 19, 2002 at 08:46:22AM +0200, Pavel Troller wrote:
> > Hi!
> > I noticed that recent versions of wine lack the --winver/--dosver option.
> > I used it because some of my programs work better with a concrete version
> > of windows being emulated.
> > How to tell wine, which particular version to emulate, now ?
> > With regards, Pavel Troller
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