Wine and winex together

Jorge Peixoto de Morais Neto JorgePeixoto at
Thu May 6 19:25:57 CDT 2004

I installed both from .deb packages.

In Kurumin, there are "magic icons" which are instalation scripts.
The script for wine has the commands:

sudo apt-get -f install
sudo xterm -e /usr/sbin/update-ms-fonts

sudo apt-get install wine
sudo apt-get install wine-utils
sudo apt-get install winesetuptk
sudo apt-get install binfmt-support
sudo apt-get install libwine-print
sleep 8

cd /packages
xterm -e wget-c ~/winetools
cp winetools-1.30.tgz ~/winetools
cd ~/winetools
tar -zxvf winetools-1.30.tgz
rm -f winetools-1.30.tgz

rm -rf /tmp/winetools
echo "~/winetools/winetools" >> /tmp/winetools
chmod +x /tmp/winetools
sudo cp -a /tmp/winetools /usr/local/bin/

the script for winex has the commands:

sudo chmod 777 /packages
cd /packages
wget -c
sudo dpkg -i winex3-lite.deb
sleep 8

wget -c dpkg -i winex-gui_1.3-2_all.deb
sleep 2

sudo mv /usr/bin/winex3 /usr/bin/winexx
sudo cat <<EOF >/tmp/winex3
winexx -use-pthreads yes \$*


sudo cp -rf /tmp/winex3 /usr/bin/winex3
sudo chmod +x /usr/bin/winex3

sudo fontfix

> 	How are you installing the two types of Wine?
> 	I have the tarball of Wine installed on Gentoo w/ the binary version
> 	of
> WineX playing nice together.  The binary version of WineX puts
> everything in very distinct folders which makes installing a snap (no
> worries).
> Jorge Peixoto de Morais Neto wrote:
>> Hi guys!
>> I think that my wine is conflicting with my winex. Read the details
>> below.

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