[Wine] wineio (iowraping under wine)
fred at blakemfg.com
Mon May 2 13:56:24 CDT 2016
Windows programs that need to load a custom driver for hardware like a
programmer don't work with wine. I suggest you look at the programmers
made by Conitec at http://www.conitec.com especially the GALEP-5D. Not
only do they work with Linux they are actually running Linux. I had the
same problem as you and have been very happy with the 5D.
On 05/02/2016 09:33 AM, Christian Schmitz (derem) wrote:
> Hi everyone:
> I am a wine user, and i migrate from opensuse 11.0 to the new opensuse
> I have a chip programmer connected via parallel port. This programmer is
> esential to my work, and the program run only on windows.
> In the past i use a IOWRAPPER in C that i call wineio.c. So after compile
> wineio, give permissions (root and sticky) i can run the software and program
> The iowrapper used is attached to this email. This was working on opensuse
> 11.0 (64 bits) but in opensuse LEAP 42.1 (64 bits) i got this error:
> Executing prg :c:\Program Files (x86)\EEtools\Tmw.exe
> /usr/bin/wineio: not an i386 ELF binary... don't know how to load it
> I try recompile, i do make wineio, the program is compiled and run. The wineio
> is operative becasue the text "executing prg" is in line 90 of wineio.c
> I dont know how get working my hardware thru wine.
> Best Regards to all, any clue will be appreciated.
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