Took a look this weekend at compiling the most recent Wine snapshot (20040213) on our Toshiba Satellite Pro 6100 running 4.9-RELEASE. Kernel compiled with USER_LDT, SYSVSHM, SYSVSEM, & SYSVMSG.
Previous snapshots ran OK here, but were "buggy". After getting the binaries & libaries all installed, attempting to run a "native" Win32 (Win2k) application returned the message: err:virtual:map_image FATAL: Need to relocate module from addr 1000000, but there are no relocation records wine: could not load L"C:\\WINNT\\system32\notepad.exe" as Win32 binary While attempting to run a "Setup.exe" from a mounted CDROM, this different message: err:virtual:map_image Standard load address for a Win32 program (0x00400000) not available - security-patched kernel ? wine: could not load L"D:\\Setup.exe" as Win32 binary The bundled Wine "notepad" starts & runs OK (mostly). Is it me, or is something up with Wine recently ? In either case, is there a fix for this "cannot load" problem ? -- Gary E. RAFE, Ph.D. [EMAIL PROTECTED] _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"