[Wine] re: Amicus Attorney

Raena Lea-Shannon raen at internode.on.net
Mon Mar 26 06:50:58 CDT 2007


I think what may be happening is to do with having 2 instances of the same 
user. One on my Linux Partition and one on my Windows Partition.

Wine in Amicus is using the ~c directory
The local data from the Windows sessions is in /windows/C on the Linux file 
system which is not the same as ~c in wine

I may either have to remove or just not use at all my Windows user unless it 
is possible to get ~c in wine to point to /windows/C so that either side is 
using the same local data files or does that make a mess of wine?

The free trial would be perfect to reproduce the problem. We used the free 
trial ourselves it is the whole suite with 28 days use. 

The one we use is Amicus V. 

I will also see if I can track down Mr Amcus November 2002

On Monday 26 March 2007 00:52, Dan Kegel wrote:
> For what it's worth, there's at least one other person
> who ran Amicus Attourney:
> http://www.winehq.com/pipermail/wine-users/2002-November/009244.html
> though I don't know if he used it on a network.
> I wonder if the problem might not be file locking, which
> might not be turned on by default on your file server.
> But I don't know enough about the problem you're having
> to say.
> Can your problem be reproduced using the free trial at
> http://www.amicusattorney.com/sales/sales_free_trial.asp
> ?  If so, then maybe a Wine developer could work on this.
> All we need is a recipe to follow to reproduce the bug.
> The best place to file that recipe is as a bug at http://bugs.winehq.org
> but replying to this message would be ok, too.
> - Dan
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