Kazaa lite and mandrake 9
rick at valeoinc.com
Fri Nov 22 10:19:35 CST 2002
On Fri, 2002-11-22 at 10:16, John Allman wrote:
> >Kazaa... Yea I use 1.7.2 lite on CX-Office
> >To use Kazaa you have to have IE installed and for IE
> >you have to have DCOM
> >I have not tried 2.0 yet .. 1.7.2 is working so why try to fix
> >something that is not broke ..
> >Here is a url :
> >Hope this helps
> Ok - i've compiled up 20021031
> for kazaa lite 2.00 i get "you have uninstalled a part of Kazaa Lite
> that is needed to run. Kazaa lite will now quit so you can re-install it."
> for 1.7.2 it almost works! the program launches and i see what looks
> like the kazaa i know and love. then shortly afterwards i get an
> unhandled exeption error and asks me do i want to start the debugger.
> either option stops it from working
> here's the start of the errors:
> fixme:win32:PE_CreateModule Unknown directory 15 ignored
> err:menu:MENU_ParseResource not a string item 0800
> lots of the same
> then a whole pile of stuff like this:
> fixme:hook:NotifyWinEvent (32769,0x00010026,-4,8)-stub!
> fixme:ole:CoRegisterMessageFilter stub
> fixme:hook:NotifyWinEvent (32780,0x0003003f,-4,1)-stub!
> wine: Unhandled exception, starting debugger...
> err:seh:start_debugger Couldn't start debugger ("") (2)
> Read the Wine Developers Guide on how to set up winedbg or another debugger
> now the debugger worked fine from the rpm but doesn't work now. Would
> getting it working provide more useful information?
Probably, but _I'm_ really not good at solving wine problems :)
> I can think of two possible reasons it wont work. One is that my system
> (mandrake 9) is a gcc3 system and there's some sort of funny system call
> or something *shrug*. The second is that i installed windows 98 as far
> as the first reboot and then stopped it. perhaps this is causing the
> problem? Unfortunately it wont boot here in work as it needs the via
> 4in1 drivers for my motherboard. I'll bring the hard drive home this
> weekend and should be able to get it to boot at home (although there are
> complications with that too...) and finish the install process. I
> thought the install was all done and there was only configuration left.
I use Mandrake 9, but unfortunately don't have the time to test it right
now. I don't think the GCC issues would affect you, but I don't think
it would hurt to use the RPM version instead, and get the debugger up.
Are you using 'fake windows', or trying to share an existing Windows
install? I think Frank's info is referring to a fake install, but
copying over Windows DLL's.
> I really appreciate the effort you've gone to to help me and i'm more
> than happy to try anything to get this working!
I hate not getting stuff working.. If I get a chance this weekend I'll
install Mandrake 9 at home (which I want to anyways, but never got
around to).. and see how far I get.
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