[Wine] Using an already installed Linux JRE from WINE

James Hawkins truiken at gmail.com
Sun May 20 01:37:21 CDT 2007

On 5/19/07, E Mee <riggald at googlemail.com> wrote:
> I've installed the Windows application Open WorkBench*  which is coded
> in C, C++ and Java.
> When I install it under WINE, it installs fine, but when I run it, it
> gives a 'JRE is not installed' error message.
> I have a Linux JRE already installed.
> Do I have to install a Windows JRE?  Or is there a way of telling WINE
> about the Linux JRE I already have installed?
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> * Open WorkBench is a mature, feature complete, project planning and
> scheduling tool for Windows.
> It's freeware, and (practically all) the source is available at sourceforge.
> It is the direct descendent of ABT/Hoskyn's PMW (Project Manager
> Workbench), which used to sell at UK£1500 (~US$3000) per seat, last I
> checked.  At one point it was the class-leading software, until
> corporates began to get Microsoft Project bundled free in their
> enterprise Office licences.

You have to install the Windows java binaries in wine.

James Hawkins

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