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Description of problem:
Downloaded latest wine from above URL and installed. Installer bitches about not
being able to integrate with the Phoebe desktop:
[root@localhost david]# rpm -i codeweavers-wine-20020904-7.i386.rpm
Warning: Unable to locate KDE. KDE integration not done
Manually copy from /opt/wine/kde for later installation.
*Warning* Unable to locate GNOME. GNOME integration not done
Manually copy from /opt/wine/gnome for later installation.
Creating symbolic links in /usr/bin for wine, winesetup, and winemaker
Attempting to run wine as normal user fails, with the following message:
[david@localhost david]$ wine notepad.exe
Invoking /opt/wine/bin/wine.bin notepad.exe ...
wine: chdir to /tmp/.wine-david/server-307-145e58 : No such file or directory
Wine failed with return code 1
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. download and install CodeWeavers rpm as root
2. run winesetup as normal user. I configured for Win-98
3. try wine notepad.exe
Actual Results: Error dialog with message above
Expected Results: MS-DOS emulation
I picked most of the selectable packages during installation, though not the
**EVERYTHING** package. Did I miss something? Does RedHat have a version
tailored to its desktop modifications? Can you give CodeWeavers a clue what's
got to change to work with your distribution? And I'm not sure what to make of
the startup failure in user mode...
I think this is an incompatibility between wine and Phoebe. I see the same
behavior with our internal version of Lotus Notes i.e. the server directory
message in the log file and wine exiting with an error. This package works just
fine on Psyche...
Does wine have any dependencies on LinuxThreads or side effect behaviors that
may be different in NPTL?
Found a discussion on winehq wine-devel ML - appears to be threading breakage.
Added LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.2.5 to environment and most wine apps seem to be working...
I have tried the wine-20030318-1rh8winehq version of wine with same error condition.
Red Hat Linux 9 didn't include wine, codeweavers wine or any other wine
packages are not supported by Red Hat. Please report bugs to the
maintainers of those packages.