[Wine] Software Licensing Problem

James McKenzie jjmckenzie51 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 21 13:11:28 CDT 2014

Are you sure you used WineBottler?  That application is or was VERY OLD.
I'll have to check this and see if the application has been updated.

James McKenzie

On Fri, Mar 21, 2014 at 11:00 AM, Chuck Weinstock <weinstock at conjelco.com>wrote:

> I have installed the game Rail Baron using WineBottler running on OS X
> 10.9.2. The program runs fine until I attempt to license it.
> When registering that program gives me a code that I have to send to the
> developer who in turn supplies a registration key. I enter the key and the
> software says that it is successfully registered but when I start the
> program up it starts up again as if it is not registered.
> According to the developer a successfully registered version should have
> created a <something>.LIC file in the same directory as the program
> executable (in this case
> ~/Applications/rbp.app/Contents/Resources/wineprefix/drive_c/winebottler/)
> but the file is not created.
> I thought, at first, that it was a permissions issue, but I looked and the
> winebottler directory has permissions rwxrwxrwx@ which seems right to me.
> Does anyone have any ideas about this? I am told that others have gotten
> the program to work properly, but I have not been given any names to
> contact.
> Thanks,
> Chuck
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