[Wine] Application does not start
chiendarret at yahoo.com
Tue May 13 12:45:41 CDT 2008
As I have multimedia in my sources.list, wine was surely upgraded. Usually it is not easy to downgrade; in my experience is a route into problems (unless, perhaps, one is really a software expert
francesco at deb32:~$ wine -v
Invoking /usr/lib/wine/wine.bin -v ...
wine: could not load L"c:\\windows\\system32\\-v.exe": Module not found
Wine failed with return code 126
francesco at deb32:~$
--- On Tue, 5/13/08, Austin English <austinenglish at gmail.com> wrote:
> From: Austin English <austinenglish at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [Wine] Application does not start
> To: chiendarret at yahoo.com
> Cc: "wine" <wine-users at winehq.org>
> Date: Tuesday, May 13, 2008, 9:54 AM
> On Tue, May 13, 2008 at 11:24 AM, Francesco Pietra
> <chiendarret at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Following upgrading from Debian Linux etch to Debian
> Linux lenny (i386) one application (out of two) does not
> start any more with wine. The other one starts and works
> > The one that does not start:
> > francesco at deb32:~$ wine
> > Invoking /usr/lib/wine/wine.bin
> c:\ACDFREE5\CHEMSK.EXE ...
> > fixme:ole:CoResumeClassObjects stub
> > /usr/bin/wine: line 536: 6578 Terminated
> $XMESSAGE -timeout 30 -buttons " Dismiss
> ":0," Never display this message again ":3
> -title "Wine Launch Window" -default "
> Dismiss " "Invoking $WINEBIN/$WINE_BIN_NAME $@
> > This dialog box is a temporary status dialog
> to let you know
> > that Wine is attempting to launch your
> > Since Wine is still very much in a development
> > many applications will fail silently.
> > This dialog box is your indication
> > that we're *trying* to run your
> > This dialog box will automatically disappear
> after 30 seconds,
> > or after your application finishes.
> > You can permanently disable this dialog by
> > the option below.
> > " 2>/dev/null
> > I checked that the application is still where it
> should be. Should I pose the problem to the Debian list?
> > Thanks
> > francesco pietra
> Did you also upgrade wine? Have you tried downgrading wine
> to the
> previous version to see if that 'fixes' it?
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