[Wine] Anyone compiled a 64 bit version from source??

Michael D. Johnson mikej163 at cableone.net
Tue Oct 30 02:29:51 CDT 2007

First I have to get a version of the 32 bit windows that actually runs.
see previous post on GLUT problems.  I'll have to dig around to see if I
have enough left over programming experience to dissect what EVIL EMPIRE
is doing with 64 bit applications.   I suspect they too are using mixed
mode.  But as a wise sage once said, tackle only one problem at a time.


L. Rahyen wrote:
> On Monday October 29 2007 22:37, Michael D. Johnson wrote:
>> Preferably SUSE, but I'll take help from any one who has done a 64 bit
>> version.
>> Mike
> 	Currently there is no active work to bring true 64-bit support (to run 64-bit 
> Windows applications). If you are a developer, you are welcome to help. If 
> you are an user then you can wait for few years for true 64-bit support or, 
> if you want just to run 32-bit Windows applications then use 32-bit WINE 
> (this is what almost all users want).
> 	I know nothing about SUSE but in Debian or Ubuntu you can install 32-bit WINE 
> package with dpkg -i --force-architecture command or by installing 64-bit 
> package with 32-bit WINE as usual from your repository. Something similar 
> should be available in other distributions.
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