DLL not loading, msjava.dll, Encyclopedia Britannica
spetreolle at yahoo.fr
Sun Mar 9 10:36:11 CST 2003
please read http://www.winehq.com/docs/wine-user/bugs.shtml
and report full output from 'wine --debugmsg +loaddll BCD2000 2>&1 |tee
not that the JVM isnt a single file at all...
--- Stephan Matthiesen <stephan at met.ed.ac.uk> a écrit : > Hi,
> excuse me if my problem is something obvious, but I'm lost and
> couldn't find
> any useful information (is there a search function for the list
> archive?). Im
> new to Wine (and only recently switched to Linux).
> I'm trying to run the Britannica Encyclopedia 2000 (BCD2000), but
> when I start
> it I get the error message (in a popup window) "Unable to start the
> application - Java virtual machine not found".
> As far as I could figure out, the JVM included on the CD was
> installed in /wine-c/windows/system/Msjava.dll (/wine-c is my
> C-Drive). So somehow it doesn't seem to find it.
> I tried to start wine with debugmessages:
> wine --debugmsg +loaddll BCD2000.exe
> gives messages that a number of builtin dlls have been loaded, but no
> of msjava.dll. When I try
> wine --dll msjava=n --debugmsg +loaddll BCD2000.exe
> Exactly the same - no msjava.dll appears in the message (shouldn't
> this load
> msjava.dll from windows/system in any case?).
> Other debugmessages (fixme, err) don't give any errors at all.
> I also tried to include an entry
> "msjava" = "native"
> in the config file, but no result.
> I'm using Wine 20030219 on Redhat 8.0. Winecheck gives no errors
> (except for
> floppy and CD not present). I have no native Windows installed. The
> program for the Encyclopedia Britannica worked smoothly and installed
> program in /wine-c/Program Files/Britannica/BCD
> Relevant sections in my ~home/.wine/config:
> [Drive C]
> "Path" = "/wine-c"
> "Type" = "hd"
> "Label" = "MS-DOS"
> "Filesystem" = "win95"
> "Windows" = "c:\\windows"
> "System" = "c:\\windows\\system"
> "Temp" = "e:\\"
> "Path" = "c:\\windows;c:\\windows\\system;e:\\;e:\\test;f:\\"
> (... a nomber of dlls ...)
> "*" = "builtin, native"
> I have no idea what to do - do I have to set the path to the dll
> somewhere, or
> does the msjava.dll not work at all (why don't I get an error)? Or is
> "Java not found" message about somethin completely different?
> I don't know if anything else in my wine installation might be wrong.
> installation seemed to go without problems. I don't have other
> programs to try, only winmine (included in wine), and WinEdt - both
> seem to
> work ok.
> Any help appreciated. Thanks in advance!
> All the best
> Stephan Matthiesen
> Institute for Meteorology, University of Edinburgh
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