[Wine]Wine 20041019 - Error Installing XviD (log + errors included)
stefan.munz at itomig.de
Wed Nov 3 07:25:22 CST 2004
Am Mittwoch, 3. November 2004 13:21 schrieb Ken Garland:
> When I try to install DCOM98.EXE it says there is a newer version of dcom
i think i got this message once when i tried to install dcom98 while running
wine in w2k mode, but I'm not sure.
> installed on my computer and quits. I did a locate and found:
> There are many ole* files in there as well. When you say 'run your program
> with native dll's' are you saying there is a switch I need to put in wine
> before running the install program? Like WINEDLLOVERRIDES=, I've never
> used the environment variables in wine before - do I just 'export
> WINEDLLOVERRIDES="rpcrt4.dll"' ? Thanks for the help.
there are two ways to use native dlls:
1. Check the [dlloverrides] section in your config file. for example, if you
want to use ole32 native, there should be a line like:
"ole32" = "native"
2. you can use the env variable
if you want to verify which dlls are used native/builtin, use
> > On Mon, 1 Nov 2004 10:23:55 -0500 (EST), you wrote:
> >> OnCreateInstance failed; code 0x80040154
> >> c:\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\XviD\Uninstall XviD.lnk -
> >> OnCreateInstance
> >> failed; code 0x80040154
> >> c:\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\XviD\ - OnCreateInstance failed; code
> >> 0x80040154
> >> Error when registering files:
> >> c:\Windows\System\xvid.ax
> >> Unable to register the DLL/OCX: DllRegisterServer failed; code
> >> 0x80040154
> >> Click Retry/Abort/Ignore
> > These 0x80040154 (class not registered) errors indicate that your
> > program may run better if you install dcom95.exe or dcom98.exe and run
> > your program with native ole dll's (ole*.dll and rpcrt4.dll).
> > Rein.Rein.
> > --
> > Rein Klazes
> > rklazes at xs4all.nl
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