[Wine]Pegasus Mail: Opening HTTP links in linux browser

michael at cherryblossom.homelinux.com michael at cherryblossom.homelinux.com
Sun Aug 29 22:11:49 CDT 2004

On Sat, Aug 28, 2004 at 04:06:07PM +0200, Rein Klazes wrote:
> On Fri, 27 Aug 2004 17:03:44 +0200, you wrote:


> > But it didn't works even if Pegasus Mail should use the konqueror.exe file directly 
> > (user defined browser was defined about the file open dialog).
> It does not work here either (I get a crash). Fortunately you don't need
> it with Pegasus, see below.
> > Running wine with --debugmsg +reg doesn't output any registry operations. 
> What version of wine are you using? The --debugmsg option has been
> replaced ages ago. You must now run wine like:

This guy is running debian, if I've been following the thread correctly. 
I must note that because of Debian's packaging system, wine (and most
every other package) can take months or a year or two to filter down to
the 'stable' version -- even the 'unstable' ("cutting edge") can be up
to 1 month behind winehq releases.

Although my packages cache is about a week or two old, (you can do an
up-to-date search on http://packages.debian.org), look at this:

Woody Stable: Wine 20020411-1 
-(no, that's not a typo; yes, it says April 2002...)

"Sid" Testing: Wine 20040615-1

Unstable: 20040716-1

Crazy, eh?  Once I figure out wineconfig and get the time to upgrade my
obsolete wine (it's one of the ancient winesetuptk based ones) I think
I'm going to use winehq released source and build debs or install from

> WINEDEBUG=+reg wine ...


> Rein.
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Hope I helped any.
--Michael Chang

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