[Wine]Pegasus Mail sometimes says no HD-memory free, but that's not true
timo.steuerwald at gmx.de
Wed Sep 15 07:19:11 CDT 2004
Am 15 Sep 2004 um 7:24 hat Saulius Krasuckas geschrieben:
> I guess, they can be related.
> > I've started Pegasus since a couple of weeks with
> > WINEDEBUG=warn+all,fixme+all,err+all to see the reason of this problem.
> > Because I don't think it is a good idea to send the whole debug file to the list (180
> > kB), I will try to paste the really interesting straight under this mail. At, the moment I
> > use version 20040716-1.1.
> Hey, you can fill a bugreport then. Or at least you can check Bugzilla
> for a similar bugs.
No, at the moment there's no similar bug report,...
> > warn:file:wine_nt_to_unix_file_name L"\\??\\T:\\STO4791.tmp" -> "/home/timo/.wine/dosdevices/t:/STO4791.tmp" required a
> > case-insensitive search fixme:storage:StgCreateDocfile Transacted mode not implemented.
...but I will wait with the report till I have once again a corrupted mailbox folder,
to see if that is the same cause. The message box itself is not a really big
> IMHO the last line could be essential indicator of the problem. Lets see
> where "storage:" comes from:
> [s2 at katleriai wine]$ grep "WINE_DEFAULT_DEBUG_CHANNEL(storage)" dlls/*/*.c
> It comes from OLE32. Lets guess: you are using builtin dlls of
> OLE-subsystem. If so, I might suggest following:
> * set Wine version to "win98",
> * install DCOM98,
> * then override some dlls to be loaded as native.
Hmmh, I've reseted my wine fake drive (deleted it and a new setup via wine)
and I tried to install dcom98, but this clever install routine means that I've
already a newer version of dcom98 installed. What should I do?
> Which ones to override? I guess generic ones: ole32, oleaut32, rpcrt4.
> How to override? Make another env-variable available to Wine:
> WINEDLLOVERRIDES="ole32,oleaut32,rpcrt4=n" WINEDEBUG=...
> If you aren't sure, add "+loaddll" to your WINEDEBUG variable and rerun
> Wine with Pegasus. This should be enough to fill a nice bugreport, BTW.
Ok, I understand :-)
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