reuben at ugcs.caltech.edu
Fri Feb 25 07:47:13 CST 2005
I think you want d: to point to the mount point, not the device. For me
(SuSE 9.2), this means d: = /media/cdrecorder, but for you it might be
/mnt/cdrom or something else.
You could also try giving Wine the Unix path to the file, like
On Fri, 25 Feb 2005, David Curry wrote:
> Greetings from a noob.
> I am having a little difficulty trying out Wine-20050111 on a fully
> updated athlon fedora core 2 system and hope other wine users can help.
> Review of the wine-users.pdf file included in the wine rpm and scanning
> some of the wine-users mailing list archives have not pointed to any
> I am trying to install Turbotax from a Turbtax distribution CD. (The
> only windows application available.)
> Winetools (winetools-2.1.0-jo.i386.rpm) was used to setup wine
> xdialog-2.1.1-1.1.fc2.dag.i386.rpm was also installed to support winetools.
> Wine apparently installed. Typing wine at a console prompt produces the
> short, two or three line wine help text.
> Typing winecfg at a prompt produces a tabbed dialog box showing d: =
> /dev/cdrom. /dev/cdrom is mounted. Per the wine-users.pdf, care has
> been taken to see that the fstab parameters for /dev/cdrom include
> "unhide". (/dev/cdrom/ /cdrom iso9660 ro, noauto,users,unhide 0 0)
> $ wine d:\Setup
> $ wine d:Setup
> $ wine d:\Setup.exe
> $ wine d:Setup.exe
> $ wine D:Setup.exe
> $ wine Setup.exe
> all produce the following response.
> wine: cannot find 'filename'
> To further test the wine installation, I copied the TurboTax CD
> Setup.exe file to my /home/user/ directory.
> After a brief pause at the command, $ wine Setup.exe , another prompt
> ($) appeared.
> system.log entries read --
> localhost wine: Registering binary handler for windows applications
> localhost rc: Starting wine succeeded
> winetools.log reads --
> *new* fake windows drive created at dd:mm:yyyyy hh:mm:ss
> installed-software file is empty.
> TIA for your helpful ideas and suggestions.
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