Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 816623
Wine cannot create the well working prefix
Last modified: 2012-08-18 14:25:04 EDT
Description of problem:
The begining is here:
When there is no <~/.wine>, winecfg cannot create the well working prefix. It gives an error (the picture & console log are attached).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
and probably earlier versions
Steps to Reproduce:
1. When there is no <~/.wine>, launch winecfg.
Wine creates the new prefix that does not allow to install many Windows programs.
Wine creates the new well working prefix.
After I just copy the ready prefix from another computer (e.g. with Ubuntu installed), Wine works fine with it.
Created attachment 580494 [details]
winecfg gives error while the first run
Created attachment 580495 [details]
wine console log (while the error)
I cannot reproduce this here.
Can you please post the output of 'rpm -qa *wine*'.
<rpm -qa *wine*> told nothing.
That's why I've attached the YUM output.
Created attachment 580628 [details]
Installed Wine packages
I apologize for the fact that once again created a bug-report, not related directly to the wine. The point was that Wine was giving out an error because of the Infinality font rendering, I used.
Sorry once again. It's not a Wine bug.