Roboman at energeticvisions.com
Mon Jan 5 20:59:14 CST 2004
No responses to my last post. Since I just joined me thinks it might
have gotten dropped
so Im reposting. If it didnt I apologize. Simply put my question is
how does wine store the path
for its libs? and is it in a place easily changed? the long drawn out
question I had is below...
Thanx for any help
On Jan 4, 2004, at 9:19 PM, Alex Stewart wrote:
> Hello All!
> First a quick explanation of why I have to make this complicated ;)
> Im building a Lightwave Render Farm (win2k based app so I need wine)
> for linux. The tricky part is the machines Im using have no HD's they
> all net boot
> from our server....anywayz the problem --> I have everything set up
> and humming
> happy I just need to get wine installed on the OS that the remote
> machines load from the
> server. The root of this system is a folder at
> /opt/pxes-0.7/stock/dist/ so in an attempt
> to install wine I altered the wineinstall script so the prefix pointed
> to the root of the
> system I wanted it installed in. After doing all this and hours of
> waiting I turned on a
> remote node and tried running wine with no joy. It complains about not
> being able to
> find ntdll.dll.so and cant initialize. The urck part is its looking
> for it at /opt/pxes-0.7/stock/dist/lib/wine
> which isnt really there.....My question is this path stored in a
> config file somewhere in the structure
> or more to the point how does wine know were to look for its libs? is
> there a way I can change it to
> chop off the path so its pointing to the right root?
> Thanx for any help!
> PS- I think I read somewhere other people had succeeded in getting
> lwsn.exe to run in wine. If any of
> you are reading this my other question is how do the plugins work...Do
> things like Sasquatch run ok?
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