Description of problem:
Running anything with Wine 1.2 results in message "could not exec wineserver".
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install wine 1.2 packages wine-core-1.2.0-1, wine-common-1.2.0-1, wine-desktop-1.2.0-1 and a few others.
2. Run winecfg
wine: could not exec wineserver
The winecfg app to run.
wineserver does not seem to have been included in any of the updated wine packages, although the rest of the wine packages seem to expect it.
As bugs go, this one earns someone a brown paper bag.
Same goes for Fedora 12. Duh. Had to install wine-wow-1.2.0-1.fc12.i686. The wine package depends on wine-wow, but the dependency chain is not that good, as when I remove wine-pulseaudio, that removes wine, too.
Well either you have to install the wine meta package which resolves all dependencies as needed or you have to figure out how the mechanics of the wine packages work. wine-wow cannot be included as a dependencies of wine-core because of wow64. Actually it has been _split_ from wine-core to allow for 32bit support on 64bit system.
Fine. Then can you maybe update the package description for wine-wow-1.2.0-1.fc13 to something slightly less fatuous than:
"Files for wine wow seperation"
instead, please? Possibly so that it actually describes what that package contains and what it it for?
Agree with Chris proposition. Wine-wow can be found with "yum provides */wineserver", but such description gives very small info to you.
Such description still remains in Fedora 20...