wes.parish at paradise.net.nz
Tue Jul 19 03:26:36 CDT 2005
There's a discussion of winver on the list somewhere. To quote Dustin Navea:
"I believe the option you are looking for is in the ~/.wine/config file
Set it to Win2k or WinXP and it should run fine.. that or you can try
wine --winver=winxp programname"
"Try setting the winver option in ~/.wine/config to NT40 or using the
On Tue, 19 Jul 2005 06:17, Hiji wrote:
> --- Caner GOCMEN <micrain at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I installed Mandrake Linux Limited Edition 2005 on
> > my computer a few
> > days ago, I am a newbie to Linux. I want to run
> > AutoCAD 2006 with wine
> > but I get the error from AutoCAD 2006 which says
> > that it cannot
> > install on Windows 98. I tried to change my config
> > file f/etc/wine but
> > I cannot save the changes I made, I get an error
> > saying something
> > similar to "check that you have write access to this
> > file". I think I
> > log in as root, what may the problem be? Thank you.
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> Make sure you are not using wine as root. Use wine as
> a regular user. If you are using the July release of
> Wine, you will need to use Winecfg. Details on how to
> use it is here:
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