[Wine] compiling wine 0.9.41 | FC05 | x86_64

Evan Cooch cooch17 at verizon.net
Wed Aug 1 14:05:05 CDT 2007

Thanks - I thought as much (concerning lack of 32-bit libs), but have 
resisted installing them since they have, on occasion, not 'played nice' 
with 64-bit libs (usually because various apps get confused during 
compilation - laziness on my part but spending time creating all the 
needed links to various libraries is a pain in the butt).

I suppose if I want to recompile wine, though, I may not have alternatives.

Oh - and the wine wiki *is* talking about a 64-bit compilation, for 
FC05, and so appears to be completely incorrect.

Christoph Frick wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 31, 2007 at 08:00:53PM -0400, Evan Cooch wrote:
>> So, what next? Apparently, the Wine Wiki is not correct - at least,
>> not for FC05 in its current state, not for a 64bit machine, and not
>> for wine 0.9.4...
> most distributions have some emul packages for 32 bit support. i bet
> there is also for your distribution. this packages are maintained with
> the 64bit counter parts to ensure, that both work together. 
> so i _guess_ these fc5 instructions you are talking about are for 32bit
> systems. get the 32bit libs and see where they are installed (might be
> in .../lib32 parallel to .../lib and .../lib64 or maybe somewhere else
> like /emul). then use this locations for you for your -L-flags with
> configure.
> For OpenGL you might also have to install the 32bit counterparts for
> your driver (e.g. nvidia drivers have an additional options for
> installing them or not). also be sure to keep all the developer packages
> around otherwise configure might complain that something is missing too.

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