[Wine]Still Newbie: 16 bit application in wine?
charles at stremen.xs4all.nl
Tue Jan 4 04:42:23 CST 2005
I am getting the hang of it. Updated wine to 20041201 and used also
winetools. It's going better with oddities. I made a fresh installation with
winetools and now Quicken is behaving well (many thanks for the suggestions),
but the next program sticks.
Using the installer of the next program (DrawingBoard) works fine, but when
starting wine "drawingboard", the created window freezes immediately and
sticks to my screen; very awkward to kill even. Is this because drawingboard
is a 16-bit old windows application or do I need to make some special measures
for that? Get some special DLL's?
------- Original Message
on Sat, 01 Jan 2005 09:39:36 PST
Duane Clark <dclark at akamail.com> wrote:
> Charles Stroom wrote:
> > I have recently installed wine (Wine 20040213) on SuSE 9.1 (from
> > RPM) and I am trying to get a few windows application to run.
> > My procedure is as described in the wine user guide: copy the
> > "app" directory from original windows to the wine "Program Files"
> > directory, run "wine app", see what DLL is missing, copy that one
> > to sytem folder and add a corresponding line to the config file.
> That is not really the best way to do things; it should really be the
> last resort. It is almost always better to actually install the
> application with the application's installer. However, installations
> will likely work better with a current Wine. In Wine years, 20040213 is
> rather old; try using a current version.
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