mattu at bluebottle.com
Sun Jul 10 13:48:38 CDT 2005
I am reasonably new to linux myself, but I know that dll very well - I
have had nearly a whole life's experience with MSVBVM60.DLL - the major
Visual basic runtime file. You should, with WineTools' help, be able to
install these dlls. Micro$oft provides these runtime dlls for free, and
they should not be too hard to find -- do a google search for `microsoft
visual basic 6.0 runtimes` they should all come in one package.
I hope this helps you. If you need any more help on this, please, do not
hesitate to contact me.
On Thu, 2005-07-07 at 01:50, Toni wrote:
> When I try to run a program, id displays this message
> 'The dynamic link library MSVBVM60.DLL could not be founf in the
> specified path'
> And the linux console displays
> fixme:ver:VERSION_GetLinkedDllVersion Unknown EXE OS version 4.0, please
> I'm new in linux, how can I solve this?
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