[Wine] Compatibility regression after migrating to 64 bit Linux

Leonardo Ferreira Fontenelle leonardof at gnome.org
Wed Apr 1 17:14:43 CDT 2009

Now I pasted the output online:


On Sun, 29 Mar 2009 22:29:45 -0300, "Leonardo Ferreira Fontenelle"
<leonardof at gnome.org> said:
> I used to use Wine (from 0.9.x to 1.1.x) on ArchLinux 32 bits to run a
> Brazilian Dictionary called Houaiss [1], and it worked almost
> flawlessly. But then I got a new computer and installed Ubuntu 64 bits
> on it, and now Houaiss' interface is  unreadable (same Windows software,
> not a 64 bits version). I'll provide further information below, and I'd
> like to know if it's a 64 bits issue, or if it's an Ubuntu issue.
> Using this screenshot [2] as a reference: all text was absent or
> unreadable, except for the menu bar, the tool bar, and the tabs on the
> left. The graphical elements were wcorrect. When I tried typing at the
> text entry field above the (unreadable) word list, I received an error
> dialog, eith the message "External exception 8000101." and the title
> "Houaiss2".
> I attached the output of Wine in the command line. Thank you very much
> for your attention!
> 1.
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dicion%C3%A1rio_Houaiss_da_L%C3%ADngua_Portuguesa
> 2. http://www.digento.de/screenshots/100571s01.gif
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