[Wine]School Software with WINE
Joachim von Thadden
thadden at web.de
Fri Dec 31 09:02:04 CST 2004
Am Fr, Dez 31, 2004 at 02:13:17 -0800 schrieb Mitchel Constantin:
> client configuration with ltsp. So far I am using SUSE 9.1 to test and
> everything runs great as far as this is concerned.
This is a good approach. 9.2 is reasonable better, though. An easy thin
client setup can be performed with Knoppix. You can have it on a server
with the Knoppix network boot system and all your clients will be
knoppix clients. A recent wine is installed there, too.
> The problem runs in that the school requires a certain piece of
> software that they use to manage their business processes (attendance,
> billing, etc). I've been playing with WINE and have come very close to
> getting the system to work. The software has been running on a Windows
> 95 computer quite well and so I copied over the application directory
> and then through a lot of trial and error I settled on what I believe
> to be the right DLLs that were necessary from the Windows\System32
> directory from one of our Windows 95 computers.
1. use win-20041019
2. use WineTools (http://www.von-thadden.de/Joachim/WineTools/) to get a
usable setup and config
3. go through the whole Base setup, creating a new .wine and installing
DCOM98 and IE6 as a basis for further installations
4. without changing anything try to *install* your program from the
5. send bug report to the list
"Never touch a running system! Never run a touching system?
Never run a touchy system!!!"
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