Windows version of Wine

Julius Schwartzenberg julius at
Sat Mar 20 06:47:55 CST 2004

I though that according to the WWN, it would be possible to use files 
from these packages 
with a Windows installation.
If that is not the case, what can these packages be used for?

David Jones schreef:

>Umm, WINE is a native Linux implementation of the 
>Win32 API. To run WINE on your NT system, you would 
>need to have somehow compiled WINE as a native 
>Windows application.
>gnome at
>On 19 Mar 04, at 20:36, Julius Schwartzenberg wrote:
>>Is it possible already to use the Wine version of Wine? I
>>tried replacing some DLLs, but I got errors that
>>libwine.dll was required and I can't find this file
>>anywhere. I have only tried on Windows 98 currently, but
>>I'm especially interested in the Direct3D->OpenGL wrapper
>>and other DirectX stuff as these might allow Windows NT
>>4.0 to run more games. There are also some DLLs that seem
>>usefull on systems without IE installed (Windows 98 with
>>98lite for example). Thanks in advance, Julius

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