[Wine]WineTools 2.0.9 released
Joachim von Thadden
thadden at web.de
Tue Jan 4 15:12:04 CST 2005
Am Di, Jan 04, 2005 at 04:47:41 +0000 schrieb Ian Spillane:
> I've had the same problem using the athlon compiled rpm for wine. IE
> installed having replaced it for the 386 rpm.
Sounds interesting. If I understand you right, you failed with the
athlon rpm on an athlon machine and had success with the i386 build on
the same athlon machine? If this is true I will enable checks for that
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Joachim von Thadden <thadden at web.de>
> Date: Tue, 4 Jan 2005 12:18:56
> To:Mark Knecht <markknecht at gmail.com>
> Cc:thadden at web.de, wine-users at winehq.com
> Subject: Re: [Wine]WineTools 2.0.9 released
> Am Mo, Jan 03, 2005 at 03:36:28 -0800 schrieb Mark Knecht:
> > On my system I get as far as the English installation of IE6. The
> > installation progresses until the Windows Update Progress Bar is 47%
> > complete. At that point it hasn't moved in the last 5 mnutes. In the
> > terminal where I started winetools I see the following:
> Interesting, interesting. I can not get the same results as you, so we
> have to find out the differences between our installations.
> Did you let WineTools download the right IE files? WineTools should give
> you a dialog box if WineDbg was started and stayed for at least three
> seconds. I wonder why this does not happen with your installation.
> Also I never use self compiled versions of Wine. There are several
> people out there who recommend that, but I never found it of any use. I
> use apt-get with several repositories to stay up to date with my system
> (Fedora Core 1). For Wine I alway use the RPMs for my distribution from
> Anyway you can hit "q" and enter at the command line where WineDbg was
> startet to continue. What happens? Oh and you should know that to
> restart a failed IE6 setup is likely to fail. You might need to restart
> with the whole "Base setup".
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