[Wine] wine printer configuration

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Thu Jan 5 09:44:39 CST 2006

Just thought I'd throw this bit of info in the loop:

Last time I tried to use WineTools was with wine 0.9.2 -- I had
considerable problems with it regardless of what I tried so I dumped the
tools and used "wine-config-sidenet" to configure wine.  That worked

Now I've downloaded and compiled the latest wine 0.9.4 (excluding the
latest CVS and diffs) and I've used WineTools successfully with it --
but I needed to "create a new fake windows drive" as upgrading or using
the current config caused problems.  Creating a new drive allowed me to
install ALL the software that WineTools offers (excluding any "tested
software" which I haven't tried yet).

Just thought you all might wanna know this.


On Thu, 2005-12-29 at 18:50 +0100, Joachim von Thadden wrote:
> Am Di, Dez 27, 2005 at 08:49:53 -0800 schrieb lal anil:
> >  I am partly successfull in configuring Notes 6.5.3 and IExplore on wine eventhough It took a lot of hurdles. I am running wine on fedora core 3 with these rpms installed
> >           winetools-0.9-3jo
> >           wine-0.9.2-1fc3winehq
> >  Now I am facing few problems like
> >  1) By default /etc/wine/* (wine directory as its contents like config file was not created. I had to download the file from internet)
> This is not needed. WineTools has it's own config file builtin.
> >   2) It shows an error when opening msn.com but not on redhat.com or other sites
> Did you complete the Base setup in WineTools? Did you install all
> Windows System Software with WineTools?
> >   3) I am not able to print from my notes saying 
> >      "Cannot access printer or printer driver( may be due to insufficient memory)"
> >       when I used winecfg I got the error  "psdrv:PSDRV_FindPrinterInfo"
> >   4) I cannot open the http link inside the notes. For this I have to make the browser option as Microsoft browser.
> How did you install Notes?
> Regards
> 	Joachim von Thadden

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