[Wine] wtlib2010

Business Kid business.kid at gmail.com
Fri Dec 10 04:31:16 CST 2010

On 9 December 2010 09:29, JHB <josephhenryblack at yahoo.co.nz> wrote:

> The latest version of wine needs winetricks ms fonts to install and run
> 2009.
> Lets see if you can be helped.. First query - did it install ok?

Thanks for the reply.
Yes, it installed fine and does a belly up after the splash screen. From a
new ~/.wine folder, I ran

winetricks corefonts
winetricks vcrun2008

This got me (on a 32 bit box) vcredist_x86.exe installed, but (on a 64 bit)
I got vc_ideredist.exe. I do have a legal version of vista on the 64 bit,
and it installed  vcredist_x86.exe, so I installed vcredist_x86.exe on the
64 bit wine also

To get me over silly issues with xfce I also cd to the windows/system32
directory and run lndir pointing at the MEPS\ Platform\ 2.3 directory, which
lets all the supplied dlls be found. The standard thing is to pass a
directory to it.

Install the program, and it  crashes

The first output is vcredist_installing. The second is the Library. I have
tried a bit to sort this, even if only for other people's sakes. Running
through with WINEDEBUG=+loaddll, I get this
trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\msvcrt.dll"
at 0x7e420000: builtin
trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\msvcp90.dll"
at 0x7e4a0000: builtin
trace:loaddll:free_modref Unloaded module
L"C:\\windows\\system32\\msvcrt.dll" : builtin
trace:loaddll:free_modref Unloaded module
L"C:\\windows\\system32\\msvcp90.dll" : builtin
trace:loaddll:load_native_dll Loaded
_x-ww_d495ac4e\\MSVCR90.dll" at 0x78520000: native
trace:loaddll:load_native_dll Loaded
_x-ww_d495ac4e\\MSVCP90.dll" at 0x78480000: native

I am extremely suspicious of that, because previous errors have been in the
form "Cannot parse dependent manifests" but it seems the 64 bit box finally
has the picture. Going through with dependency walker, everything is finally
in place although it doesn't like the 'unfinished symphony' nature of some
of the dlls. Full output  from the wtlib2010 program on


I don't see it reloading msvcrt.dll :-/. That  might be the show stopper.
It's a boring library lookup tool but has great value to those who use it,
as it's an alternative to shelves of books. Many only use a computer for
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