[Wine] Error when program tries to file report

Jim Hall volunteer.jim at gmail.com
Sun Jan 6 19:42:46 CST 2008

On Jan 6, 2008 7:22 PM, James McKenzie <jjmckenzie51 at sprintpcs.com> wrote:

> Evil Jay wrote:
> > That looks like the application reporting a WinSock error to me.  11001
> > means that it couldn't resolve the name of the machine to which the
> > application was trying to connect.  If this is happening with an old
> > application when the program tries to file a report, perhaps the company
> > no longer has a DNS entry for the machine that used to accept the
> reports.
> >
> > -J
> >
> Troubleshooting steps to take in this case is to open a terminal session
> and use nslookup to see if the machine's name can be resolved using
> network DNS resources.  If this is so, then it is time to run the
> program with
> Winedebug=+winsock wine program.exe >WHOut_program.exe.log
> 2>WHErr_program.exe.log
> from the directory where program.exe is installed and not from the wine
> program directory.  This will create two log files in the program
> directory.  The first is output from Wine that is not shown on the
> screen and the second is program errors from Wine.  If winsock is not
> connecting, the error log should give you some idea of what is
> happening.  It could be possible that Wine cannot connect to the
> Linux/UNIX Internet services because the user running Wine is not
> allowed to do so.
> Hopefully, this will help troubleshoot the problem.  If you are unable
> to figure out what is happening, please open a bug report on the Wine
> Bugzilla.  Please do include the name of the program, if it a
> downloadable version is available, the version of Linux/UNIX that you
> are using, and most importantly, the version of Wine you are using.  If
> you are not using Wine 0.9.52, please attempt to get and use it first
> before filing the report as your problem may be solved with this version.
> James McKenzie

I'll try this tomorrow when I can get to the machine.

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