Re: [gentoo-user] Wine and Cedega at the same time

2007-02-23 Thread Bo Ørsted Andresen
On Friday 23 February 2007 13:29:57 Gyuszk wrote: My question: is it possible to have Wine and Cedega installed on the same system? Sure. They don't collide in any way. One uses .wine the other .cedega... Just emerge both. In the future do not hijack threads by replying and changing

[gentoo-user] emerge wine fails

2005-09-21 Thread Jean Magnan de Bornier
/dlls' make: *** [dlls] Erreur 2 !!! ERROR: app-emulation/wine-20041019-r3 failed. !!! Function src_compile, Line 84, Exitcode 2 any hint would be welcome -- Jean Magnan de Bornier |Cours Victor Hugo e-mots: jean at bornier.net|13980 Alleins France T 08 70

Re: [gentoo-user] Wine with Jack

2005-04-28 Thread Christoph Eckert
 Quick question - has anyone had any success running Windows sound apps in any version of Wine using the Jack driver? native windows applications don't be jackified. For JACK, there's a jack-vsti plugin to run VSTI plugins on top of JACK using Wine. I've been told that some people got

[gentoo-user] wine CVS does not find freetype on amd64

2006-05-11 Thread Michael [Plouj] Ploujnikov
(This is not about any wine ebuild) (I am not compiling wine in a 32bit chroot) During the compilation of latest wine release from the CVS repository, I get the following warning message at the completion of the ./configure script: *** Warning: Freetype or Fontforge is missing. *** Fonts

[gentoo-user] Wine anybody?

2012-11-19 Thread Helmut Jarausch
Hi, has any been successful in using Wine-1.5.17 on an AMD 64bit machine? When I run /usr/bin/wine it says file not found. I'm seeing the wine32 and wine64 use flags. Removing the wine64 use flags makes emerge fail : configure: error: No OpenGL library found on this system. eselect opengl

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: 32bit or 64bit

2012-07-17 Thread Paul Hartman
know anything about that beast. Haven't had any use for it in years. -- #163933 I use wine daily on 64 bit with no problems. 64-bit Wine cannot run 32-bit Windows applications. You need a 32-bit Wine for that. And since in 99.9% of Windows software is 32-bit... well, you get

Re: [gentoo-user] wine and winetools.

2005-06-15 Thread Zac Medico
David Harel wrote: Hi all, Is anybody successful with winetools: www.von-thadden.de/Joachim/WineTools/ I installed wine 20050111 (I also tried 20041019)which works quite well on many applications. I wanted to install IE6 as well knowing it will be best if I did it using winetools - which

[gentoo-user] Re: 32bit or 64bit

2012-07-17 Thread Nikos Chantziaras
On 17/07/12 19:43, Alecks Gates wrote: On Jul 17, 2012 11:32 AM, Volker Armin Hemmann volkerar...@googlemail.com mailto:volkerar...@googlemail.com wrote: *snip* The only use case that might come up is wine - I don't know anything about that beast. Haven't had any use for it in years

Re: [gentoo-user] How many ways are there for a user to increase their permissions?

2010-04-17 Thread Mike Edenfield
available, and wanted Wine to use IPX, then you wouldn't have any other choice but to run Wine as root. By using capabilities, you aren't increasing Wines permissions, you are decreasing the permissions needed to support IPX. Trying to compare Wine without IPX to Wine with CAP_NET_RAW isn't

Re: [gentoo-user] 32bit or 64bit

2012-07-17 Thread Alecks Gates
On Jul 17, 2012 11:32 AM, Volker Armin Hemmann volkerar...@googlemail.com wrote: *snip* The only use case that might come up is wine - I don't know anything about that beast. Haven't had any use for it in years. -- #163933 I use wine daily on 64 bit with no problems. You can generate a 32

Re: [gentoo-user] Wine anybody?

2012-11-19 Thread Marc Joliet
Am Mon, 19 Nov 2012 17:42:18 +0100 schrieb Helmut Jarausch jarau...@igpm.rwth-aachen.de: Hi, has any been successful in using Wine-1.5.17 on an AMD 64bit machine? I have: $ sudo genlop app-emulation/wine-1.5.17 * app-emulation/wine Sat Nov 10 23:49:20 2012 app-emulation/wine

Re: [gentoo-user] Going ~x86?

2009-11-12 Thread Alan McKinnon
in package.keywords to get around being masked by missing keyword. Of course, this also involves me knowing full well that, in the process of any rebuild of wine, I could end up with a terribly broken install and potential data loss, as is true of running anything from sources that aren't even being released

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: shockwave on Gentoo ?

2011-09-16 Thread Michael Mol
similar postings, but, most are old. Anyone tried using wine plus windows apps to get shockwave running on a gentoo system? Could it be chrooted or (whatever) to make it more secure? Any comments or opinions or caveats (security holes) taking this approach to getting shockwave running on my

Re: [gentoo-user] Emerge is teh FAIL ! ! ! ! !

2016-03-14 Thread Franz Fellner
man emerge search for "skipfirst" and "keep-going" It also seems you did not post the actual error or log. At least the snipped you posted does not make any sense. 2016-03-14 16:12 GMT+01:00 Alan Grimes <alonz...@verizon.net>: > In order to press ahead, I had to dr

Re: [gentoo-user] Wine complains about Gecko

2010-09-07 Thread Nils Larsson
be better if the distro, Gentoo in this case, would offer it and install it from there. I can't find any such package in portage though. eix gecko only finds dev-dotnet/gecko-sharp and www-plugins/gecko-mediaplayer. You should enable the gecko USE flag on app-emulation/wine.

[gentoo-user] Re: Wine complains about Gecko

2010-09-07 Thread Nikos Chantziaras
On 09/07/2010 04:32 PM, Nils Larsson wrote: On Tuesday 07 September 2010 04:32:11 Nikos Chantziaras wrote: When I try to launch a Windows program in Wine (1.3.2), an error dialog appears informing me that Gecko is not installed and the program might not work (which it doesn't). It has

[gentoo-user] Re: shockwave on Gentoo ?

2011-09-16 Thread James
Nilesh Govindarajan contact at nileshgr.com writes: Shockwave is not supported in Linux IMHO This url suggests using wine: http://www.anuragbhandari.com/2008/10/install-shockwave-in-linux-using-wine/ I've seen several similar postings, but, most are old. Anyone tried using wine plus windows

[gentoo-user] Re: 32bit or 64bit

2012-07-19 Thread Nikos Chantziaras
build any 32-bit code on non-multilib Gentoo), the question arises on how Wine is doing it.

[gentoo-user] Re: Emerge is teh FAIL ! ! ! ! !

2016-03-14 Thread Jörg Schaible
ere affected, and then compile the > rest... > > but no. > > I had to uninstall wine and winetricks, now about 80% of my packages are > compiling... I'm probably going to end up with another lengthy list of > miserable fail or simply mask 1.9.x versions of wine. Any r

Re: [gentoo-user] emerge wine fails

2005-09-21 Thread Jean Magnan de Bornier
/wine-20041019-r3 failed. | !!! Function src_compile, Line 84, Exitcode 2 | | any hint would be welcome | -- | Jean Magnan de Bornier | Cours Victor Hugo | e-mots: jean at bornier.net http://bornier.net | 13980 Alleins France | T 08 70 39 34 03 | P 06 09 17 35 87 | | | -- | gentoo-user

Re: [gentoo-user] Going ~x86?

2009-11-14 Thread Joshua Murphy
tree), and as such has to have a =app-emulation/wine- ** line in package.keywords to get around being masked by missing keyword. Of course, this also involves me knowing full well that, in the process of any rebuild of wine, I could end up with a terribly broken install and potential data

Re: [gentoo-user] (gnome) default pdf viewer

2010-07-07 Thread App Deb
This is installed from wine applications, and yes unfortunately they can create a mess (like making the wine notepad the default text editor). You need to delete those mime applications that wine creates under your home folder. Try something like: rm -rf $HOME/.local/share/applications/wine

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: 32bit or 64bit

2012-07-17 Thread Alecks Gates
know anything about that beast. Haven't had any use for it in years. -- #163933 I use wine daily on 64 bit with no problems. 64-bit Wine cannot run 32-bit Windows applications. You need a 32-bit Wine for that. And since in 99.9% of Windows software is 32-bit... well, you get

Re: [gentoo-user] AutoCad2000 on wine

2007-08-24 Thread Sean
fonts (mostlikely missing MS fonts, so does anyone know where I van find these fonts, or or how to extract them from win98,2k,2000 or XP? Since this is my first foray into wine country, any and all suggestions are most welcome. James -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] crossover-office-pro problem

2006-11-01 Thread Alan McKinnon
On Wednesday 01 November 2006 16:00, Rafael Barrera Oro wrote: Hello! I am being forced to use Window$ Internet Explorer, and to do so, i am trying to use crossover-office-pro, but whenever i try to install it from crossover it fails without giving any other information whatsoever! any help

[gentoo-user] Re: AutoCad2000 on wine

2007-08-24 Thread James
Sean sjohnson at sbinsystems.com writes: Wow .. you are one brave soul fiddling around with windows software and wine as root. Yea that was just to see if it makes a difference. The machine is very isolated from the net It's got the same (font problems) installed as a user too. Any

[gentoo-user] Wine complains about Gecko

2010-09-06 Thread Nikos Chantziaras
When I try to launch a Windows program in Wine (1.3.2), an error dialog appears informing me that Gecko is not installed and the program might not work (which it doesn't). It has an install button there, but mentions that it would be better if the distro, Gentoo in this case, would offer

Re: [gentoo-user] Wine complains about Gecko

2010-09-06 Thread Ajai Khattri
On Tue, 7 Sep 2010, Nikos Chantziaras wrote: When I try to launch a Windows program in Wine (1.3.2), an error dialog appears informing me that Gecko is not installed and the program might not work (which it doesn't). It has an install button there, but mentions that it would be better

Re: [gentoo-user] emerge wine problem - SOLVED (probably)

2006-04-10 Thread pat
Well, at least there's 2.5GB disk space - think it is enough :-) I've temprarily rename the link (libGL.a), install the wine and then renamed the link back - it looks like wine works and the rest of the system too - hope :-) Thanks Pat On Mon, 10 Apr 2006 10:36:42 +0200, François

Re: [gentoo-user] Flash MX 2004

2005-08-23 Thread Michael Crute
Nobody has yet to get any of Studio MX 2004 working under Wine. The issue (so I have been told) is the activation system doesn't play real nice with Wine. Perhaps if you are skilled in the black art of cracking you could hack out the activation routines and make it work? (Note: for personal use

Re: [gentoo-user] How many ways are there for a user to increase their permissions?

2010-04-17 Thread Jonathan
On Sun, 18 Apr 2010 00:46:25 +0100 David W Noon dwn...@ntlworld.com wrote: If any Joe Schmoe could imbue a program with capabilities, this might be true. But that's not the way the system works. Sorry, I think i'm missing your point. Only root can run the setcap program to add capabilities

Re: [gentoo-user] Flash MX 2004

2005-08-23 Thread Michael Crute
Yes Flash 5 and I believe that even MX works anything before they started adding activation. Though I believe this is not without its flaws (i.e. I have heard the color chooser crashes the program) in either case it definately works. I ran DW MX under Wine for the longest time without any major

[gentoo-user] AutoCad2000 on wine

2007-08-24 Thread James
to extract them from win98,2k,2000 or XP? Since this is my first foray into wine country, any and all suggestions are most welcome. James -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] AutoCad2000 on wine

2007-08-25 Thread oahong
(mostlikely missing MS fonts, so does anyone know where I van find these fonts, or or how to extract them from win98,2k,2000 or XP? Since this is my first foray into wine country, any and all suggestions are most welcome. James Take a look at media-fonts/corefonts - Hi, I'm

Re: [gentoo-user] Emerge is teh FAIL ! ! ! ! !

2016-03-14 Thread Alan Grimes
... but no. I had to uninstall wine and winetricks, now about 80% of my packages are compiling... I'm probably going to end up with another lengthy list of miserable fail Franz Fellner wrote: > man emerge > search for "skipfirst" and "keep-going" > It also seem

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: 32bit or 64bit

2012-07-17 Thread Nilesh Govindrajan
...@googlemail.com wrote: *snip* The only use case that might come up is wine - I don't know anything about that beast. Haven't had any use for it in years. -- #163933 I use wine daily on 64 bit with no problems. 64-bit Wine cannot run 32-bit Windows

RE: [gentoo-user] wine

2005-05-24 Thread C R. Little
an application so that the developers can easily see if an app regressed after a monthly release. Wine now also has a Wiki at http://wiki.winehq.org/FrontPage, and the user wiki is at http://wine-wiki.org/ . Naturally, this also needs user support to survive, so any Wine users might consider

Re: [gentoo-user] wine

2005-05-24 Thread A. R.
is at http://wine-wiki.org/ . Naturally, this also needs user support to survive, so any Wine users might consider contributing. The Transgaming games database at http://transgaming.org/gamesdb/ . These resources require you to be a TG subscriber to contribute, but anyone can read the data

Re: [gentoo-user] Flash MX 2004

2005-08-24 Thread Ian K
for the longest time without any major issues. Cool! Im getting an install isue though, I mount the cdrom, then use wine setup.exe But I get an error... Something about ikernel not being located, I believe. Thanks! Ian -Mike On 8/23/05, *Ian K* [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Michael

Re: [gentoo-user] wine

2005-05-24 Thread Holly Bostick
/FrontPage, and the user wiki is at http://wine-wiki.org/ . Naturally, this also needs user support to survive, so any Wine users might consider contributing. The Transgaming games database at http://transgaming.org/gamesdb/ . These resources require you to be a TG subscriber to contribute, but anyone

Re: [gentoo-user] emerge wine fails

2005-09-21 Thread Gentoo Shadow
/winealsa] Erreur 2 | make[1]: Leaving directory| `/home/tmp/portage/wine-20041019-r3/work/wine-20041019/dlls'| make: *** [dlls] Erreur 2| | !!! ERROR: app-emulation/wine-20041019-r3 failed.| !!! Function src_compile, Line 84, Exitcode 2 | | any hint would be welcome| --| Jean Magnan de Bornier

Re: [gentoo-user] How many ways are there for a user to increase their permissions?

2010-04-18 Thread Alan McKinnon
in their right mind would run Wine as root. But if you did not have capabilities support available, and wanted Wine to use IPX, then you wouldn't have any other choice but to run Wine as root. By using capabilities, you aren't increasing Wines permissions, you are decreasing the permissions needed

Re: [gentoo-user] wine and winetools.

2005-06-18 Thread David Harel
. Any idea? Zac Medico wrote: David Harel wrote: Hi all, Is anybody successful with winetools: www.von-thadden.de/Joachim/WineTools/ I installed wine 20050111 (I also tried 20041019)which works quite well on many applications. I wanted to install IE6 as well knowing it will be best if I did

Re: [gentoo-user] Wine anybody?

2012-11-19 Thread Alan McKinnon
On Mon, 19 Nov 2012 17:42:18 +0100 Helmut Jarausch jarau...@igpm.rwth-aachen.de wrote: Hi, has any been successful in using Wine-1.5.17 on an AMD 64bit machine? When I run /usr/bin/wine it says file not found. I'm seeing the wine32 and wine64 use flags. Removing the wine64 use flags

Re: [gentoo-user] [Solved] Wine anybody?

2012-11-20 Thread Helmut Jarausch
On 11/19/2012 10:00:06 PM, Alan McKinnon wrote: On Mon, 19 Nov 2012 17:42:18 +0100 Helmut Jarausch jarau...@igpm.rwth-aachen.de wrote: Hi, has any been successful in using Wine-1.5.17 on an AMD 64bit machine? When I run /usr/bin/wine it says file not found. I'm seeing the wine32

Re: [gentoo-user] Gentoo on System76 laptop, and Netflix

2013-09-11 Thread Guillaume Poulin
2013/9/11 fe...@crowfix.com: 1. Anyone have any experience installing gentoo on a System76 laptop? If it works fine on Ubuntu I don't any reason why you would have difficulty with Gentoo. 2. If I use kvm/virsh, is it possible to install a Mac image to watch Netflix streaming movies

Re: [gentoo-user] Flash MX 2004

2005-08-23 Thread Ian K
Michael Crute wrote: Nobody has yet to get any of Studio MX 2004 working under Wine. The issue (so I have been told) is the activation system doesn't play real nice with Wine. Perhaps if you are skilled in the black art of cracking you could hack out the activation routines and make it work

Re: [gentoo-user] wine cannot compile with jpeg flag

2010-03-15 Thread Kaddeh
Looks like the jpeg use flag is ok to use according to bug #283089 [ http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=283089] It looks like it is waiting for the thumbs-up from everyone to be taken out. I have been running with the jpeg use flag unmasked for a while and haven't seen any issues. Cheers Kad

[gentoo-user] 32/64bit confusion

2010-08-24 Thread tpar...@etherstorm.net
I have a new (first) gentoo amd64 install, multilib, and have been searching the docs, forums and google for information on how to handle emerges for 32bit programs on the 64bit install. I have found some references to using -bin for 32bit programs (example: emerge wine-bin to get the 32bit

[gentoo-user] Valve Steam on gentoo

2009-12-02 Thread Kirill Lipatov
For some reason Steam fails to start any games on my gentoo box. I am using wine 1.1.32 with the engine itself and the games all downloaded to gentoo's partition (not the ntfs3g problem). Steam itself loads fine, but when I click launch the game nothing happens. This is very said because Steam

Re: [gentoo-user] Emerge is teh FAIL ! ! ! ! !

2016-03-14 Thread Alex Corkwell
I encountered something similar to this myself a bit ago. Apparently, GCC 5.3 has a bug in how it works with the stack alignment in some cases, which causes compiling wine to fail halfway through [1]. I believe that that is the check for that bug. If you have GCC 5.3, you may want to consider

Re: [gentoo-user] Which arch do I have ?

2008-02-13 Thread Alan McKinnon
On Wednesday 13 February 2008, Dmitry S. Makovey wrote: oh, and for whatever reason wine performs better under 64 bit OS rather than 32. Don't have any other proof then my own experience but Diablo LOD runs much smoother once I've rebuilt my system with 64bit with the same useflags

Re: [gentoo-user] wine and winetools.

2005-06-18 Thread Zac Medico
I got when doing winetools. Any idea? I barely use wine at all but I have found the dcom98.exe thing to be helpful so you may want to try that. Zac -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: 32bit or 64bit

2012-07-19 Thread Alan McKinnon
link against 64-bit libraries. If building a 64-bit only version of Wine (since you cannot build any 32-bit code on non-multilib Gentoo), the question arises on how Wine is doing it. Stupid question incoming: What's the WOW in WOW64? The more I read it as World of Warcraft the more I see

[gentoo-user] Questions about wine

2013-07-20 Thread Walter Dnes
I'm looking at getting wine going for a Windows-only app. Some questions... 1) The latest ebuild wine-1.6_rc4 (unstable) apparently should have the prelink USE flag. http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/prelink-howto.xml talks about a cron job to run prelink every so often, which seems like the wrong

Re: [gentoo-user] Why do these packages depend on corefonts?

2008-10-31 Thread Jorge Peixoto de Morais Neto
Why the hell do these packages depend on corefonts?: app-emulation/wine-1.1.6 net-www/netscape-flash-10_rc20080915 x11-misc/slim-1.3.1 It somehow makes sense with wine, maybe even - remotely - with flash. But why, why should *slim* need Windows fonts to work? Not only that, but why don't

[gentoo-user] cue, flac, ape player?

2008-11-05 Thread Nickolay Hodyunya
I'm using foobar now for playing ape+cue cd rips, but it is too unstable under wine. I tried audacious but it's more unstable then foobar+wine and crashes with every second cue file i try to load in playlist. So, is there any player in linux that have good support for flac,ape,cue, builtin cue

Re: [gentoo-user] Google Picasa for Linux!

2006-05-26 Thread Arturo 'Buanzo' Busleiman
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 JimD wrote: It is official. http://picasa.google.com/linux/ It installs and runs well with Gentoo. It uses wine, in any case. But the interesting things lies in http://code.google.com - There are lots of patches they've provided to wine

Re: [gentoo-user] Transfer OLD HD content to new HD

2006-06-02 Thread Iain Buchanan
, then copy your old hd to your linux partition, and run wine from it. If it's a simple app it should work ok... HTH, -- Iain Buchanan iaindb at netspace dot net dot au Machine-Independent, adj.: Does not run on any existing machine. -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] It isnt murder killing XP

2006-12-07 Thread Raymond Lewis Rebbeck
On Thursday, 7 December 2006 22:36, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Brilliant, ill give that a crack, i have the software for a windows machine(sonic stage) so ill give wine a shot. thanks Plus any dev out there who wants to become a hero in the recording industry take note we need a linux atrac

Re: [gentoo-user] Flash MX 2004

2005-08-24 Thread Fernando Meira
HI, I'm not bringing help, sorry. Just started using wine few days ago and I was wondering of what to do when an app doesn't work.. I read on the user guide that WINEDEBUG=+loaddll would tell me what dlls are missing.. though I never got any reply from that option. Does it go to any log file

[gentoo-user] Windows Media Player

2005-08-25 Thread Ian K
Hi there, I was wondering if anyone here has gotten Windows Media Player 9 or 10 to work with Wine. On the Wine website, it has Media Player 9 listed. Although there are threee discouraging comments. Any one here getting it working? Thanks! Ian begin:vcard fn:Ian K n:K;Ian email;internet:[EMAIL

Re: [gentoo-user] Windows Media Player

2005-08-25 Thread Michael Crute
On 8/25/05, Ian K [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi there,I was wondering if anyone here has gotten Windows Media Player 9 or 10to work with Wine. On the Wine website, it has Media Player 9 listed.Althoughthere are threee discouraging comments. Any one here getting it working? Thanks!Ian I tired 9

Re: [gentoo-user] Valve Steam on gentoo

2009-12-03 Thread Kirill Lipatov
I do have an NVIDIA card. Moreover, I have the very same version of wine on Ubuntu and all of the games are running with no problem. It is only on gentoo, where I have this problem. Kirill 2009/12/3 Keith Dart ke...@dartworks.biz === On Thu, 12/03, Kirill Lipatov wrote: === Any ideas

[gentoo-user] Re: Wine complains about Gecko

2010-09-07 Thread Nikos Chantziaras
On 09/07/2010 06:48 AM, Ajai Khattri wrote: On Tue, 7 Sep 2010, Nikos Chantziaras wrote: When I try to launch a Windows program in Wine (1.3.2), an error dialog appears informing me that Gecko is not installed and the program might not work (which it doesn't). It has an install button

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Gentoo: stock trading tools ?

2012-08-07 Thread Mark Knecht
can just run real Win 7 in a VM and not be bothered with any of that stuff. All my apps are 64-bit Win 7 versions now. They use lots of memory and tax compute power, etc. I've had apps running full out since 5AM PST today. If I was to choose Wine it's left to me to figure out if the apps even function

[gentoo-user] Getting rid of corefonts in web browsing

2008-07-31 Thread Nikos Chantziaras
Imagemagick, Wine and Flash all depend on the M$ corefonts. However, I don't want them to be used while browsing the web. I removed them from the font paths of xorg.conf but that doesn't help; Konqueror and Firefox still pick them up (because of fontconfig, I guess). Any tips?

[gentoo-user] DMP-110 MP3 Player

2005-05-17 Thread Colin
You know, maybe I should spend a few bucks and get a decent MP3 player anyway, but has anyone had any luck with the D-Link DMP-110 MP3 player under Linux? The alternative is to run the software under Wine, but I'm hoping for a more elegant solution. -- Colin -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing

Re: [gentoo-user] can't ssh w/out password as root into my gentoo box any more - SOLVED

2007-03-01 Thread Duane Griffin
On 28/02/07, Gabriel Rossetti [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks Duane, it was an ownership problem It usually is, in my experience :) Glad to hear everything is working. Cheers, Duane. -- I never could learn to drink that blood and call it wine - Bob Dylan -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org

Re: [gentoo-user] Valve Steam on gentoo

2009-12-02 Thread Keith Dart
=== On Thu, 12/03, Kirill Lipatov wrote: === Any ideas? === There are many, many Windows applications that don't run under Wine. Especially games. That's probably one of them. Even if they do, they usually run only with certain video cards. Usually Nvidia. -- Keith Dart

Re: [gentoo-user] how to control portage space usage

2005-08-09 Thread Sean Reiser
of wine (assuming that wine itself won't run it) or maybe some virtualization software such as vmare. Yes, that might be the best I can do now. I been looking for VMWare and Wine and from what I read, I prefer Wine, but does it run everything, most of it or almost nothing? heh... that's

[gentoo-user] Gentoo in the workplace

2007-06-13 Thread Sartorelli, Jason
and stopping (but with text visibility bugs) and so I've now reverted back to wine 0.9.29 and am officially stuck. Firefox doesn't seem to support Active X at all, however there was a plugin for v1.5 which I tried and didn't have any luck with. I've heard you can copy across a entire system32 folder and get

Re: [gentoo-user] ati-drivers: bad md5 sum [SOLVED]

2005-09-15 Thread Holly Bostick
Michael Crute schreef: On 9/14/05, Holly Bostick [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Would have done it months ago, Mike, if there was any way, but I really have absolutely no budget, even for an MX440 (true desperation, if I'm even considering an MX 440 in this day and age. But I'd rather

Re: [gentoo-user] opengl (?) weirdness in wine

2006-03-02 Thread Jason Weisberger
haven't heard about any specific slowness related to ATI cards running 2D applications, so it might be a bug in Wine itself. Please visit the WineHQ.org website and submit a bugzilla report to see what they can come up with. Even if they don't know right away, the problem is noted and they can

Re: [gentoo-user] Going ~x86?

2009-11-12 Thread Joshua Murphy
. Of course, this also involves me knowing full well that, in the process of any rebuild of wine, I could end up with a terribly broken install and potential data loss, as is true of running anything from sources that aren't even being released as stable even by the upstream developers. -- Poison [BLX

[gentoo-user] Re: Gentoo: stock trading tools ?

2012-08-08 Thread James
hardware for If I was to choose Wine it's left to me to figure out if the apps even function, much less work correctly. I just don't have time for that. I successfully set up AutoCad 2000 on (Gentoo) wine in 2004. It still runs well with the upgrades to wine, over the years However

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: [WAY OT] GUI programming for Linux (and Windows possibly)

2009-06-28 Thread Mark Knecht
versions of wine. I first tried wine years ago when it was running only 16-bit windows apps and I gave it up as nothing more than a toy -- but things have *really* changed since then! Wine is a toy no longer, it's a powerful tool and I'd urge you to play with it at for a week or two to see what

[gentoo-user] Re: [WAY OT] GUI programming for Linux (and Windows possibly)

2009-06-28 Thread walt
to my joy they both run very well on recent versions of wine. I first tried wine years ago when it was running only 16-bit windows apps and I gave it up as nothing more than a toy -- but things have *really* changed since then! Wine is a toy no longer, it's a powerful tool and I'd urge you to play

Re: [gentoo-user] opengl (?) weirdness in wine

2006-03-02 Thread Holly Bostick
under Wine or Cedega that you *won't* get while using another brand of video card (not even specifically nVidia, but really just any other brand with decent drivers). I have several programs that I run under Wine/Cedega that behave oddly or run significantly slower than reports of that same program

[gentoo-user] SLOTS and Cedega

2005-05-08 Thread Holly Bostick
problems than it solves much of the time, and I would rather avoid it. I am also trying to keep as much of the Wine things as possible in one family (either WINE or Cedega, I really don't want to have to keep track of what's running under which any given month. One time through the WINE and TG

Re: [gentoo-user] Gentoo in the workplace

2007-06-13 Thread Ken
and didn't have any luck with. I've heard you can copy across a entire system32 folder and get wine working better, is this true? I'm a member of transgaming (Cedega) is this worth trying? (Internet Explorer wasn't listen in their database) There are other bugs and issues I'm trying to nut

Re: Re: [gentoo-user] wine

2005-05-24 Thread brettholcomb
@lists.gentoo.org Subject: Re: [gentoo-user] wine Brett I. Holcomb schreef: Who's doing the porting and where do we get them. Some time ago I wanted to get some of the games and all the links pointed to Loki who was no more. Loki may be no more, but the Loki Installer is alive and well, and quite

Re: [gentoo-user] Gentoo in the workplace

2007-06-14 Thread Alan McKinnon
option and ieslinux getting to the same place and stopping (but with text visibility bugs) and so I've now reverted back to wine 0.9.29 and am officially stuck. Firefox doesn't seem to support Active X at all, however there was a plugin for v1.5 which I tried and didn't have any luck

[gentoo-user] fail to install new package

2015-10-06 Thread Ran Shalit
PORTANT: 12 news items need reading for repository 'gentoo'. * Use eselect news read to view new items. It seems to install OK, without errors, but on doing again emerge -va wine I get the same failures and still complians about zlib. I am doing it all as root. Does anyone have any idea ? Regards, Ran

[gentoo-user] Re: Flashing hardware via WINE ?

2017-03-19 Thread Kai Krakow
ns for 1-2 hours before shutting down which should > > be enough for most purposes you'll need it for. > > > > If you already activated a Windows installation with your MS > > account, with some luck your Win10 VM may even become digitally > > activated (this happened to

[gentoo-user] Re: fail to install new package

2015-10-06 Thread walt
On Tue, 6 Oct 2015 13:31:54 +0300 Ran Shalit <ransha...@gmail.com> wrote: > Hello, > > I am trying to install wine on gentoo but I encounter strange things. > > I do : > emerge -va wine > > = > .. > > >=virtual/libudev-215-r1 abi_x86_

Re: [gentoo-user] emerge wine problem

2006-04-07 Thread Richard Fish
library for openGL, which would be bad for any application to link with on Gentoo, and is safe to delete. What does 'equery belongs libGL.a' report? -Richard -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] UDP traffic?

2006-08-14 Thread Ryan Tandy
Winston Messer wrote: You may need to enable IPX support or something, but I really don't know much about IPX on Linux. You need IPX support in your kernel (CONFIG_IPX) and net-misc/ipx-utils. UDP in Starcraft works fine for me, however, although this is with regular Wine rather than Cedega

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: AutoCad2000 on wine

2007-08-24 Thread Sean
to remember folks talking about it somewhere. Or even under Fonts, if you define the font name and then tell it to use a different .ttf file perhaps. James wrote: Sean sjohnson at sbinsystems.com writes: Wow .. you are one brave soul fiddling around with windows software and wine as root. Yea

Re: [gentoo-user] wine

2005-05-23 Thread Johannes Weiner
Games don't run well in emulation, especially Doom III and Half-Life 2, due to the heavy use of DirectX. You can try Wine or Cedega, but even the fastest systems will experience quite a performance hit. You're best off dual-booting a copy of Windows and running the games from

[gentoo-user] wine and winetools.

2005-06-15 Thread David Harel
Hi all, Is anybody successful with winetools: www.von-thadden.de/Joachim/WineTools/ I installed wine 20050111 (I also tried 20041019)which works quite well on many applications. I wanted to install IE6 as well knowing it will be best if I did it using winetools - which works just great

Re: [gentoo-user] emerge wine problem

2006-04-10 Thread François Steinmetz
'emerge wine' needs quite a lot of disk space, have you checked you didn't run out of disk ? I've already encountered this problem and the message error wasn't very helpful.On 4/9/06, pat [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:Richard Fish wrote: On 4/7/06, pat [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:checking

Re: [gentoo-user] Few problems

2006-12-31 Thread Raymond Lewis Rebbeck
down. http://appdb.winehq.org/appview.php?iVersionId=928 Have a look at this page on the wine website to see if there are any bug reports or solutions relating to your problem: Thanks and Happy New Year Everbody. -- Raymond Lewis Rebbeck -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] Few problems

2006-12-31 Thread Pavel Kouřil
at the start. =/ And last problem, but this is more wine-related. I have big game freezes in Ragnarok Online (kRO version), and when i wanna run updater, it ever falls down. http://appdb.winehq.org/appview.php?iVersionId=928 Have a look at this page on the wine website to see if there are any

Re: [gentoo-user] Few problems

2006-12-31 Thread Uwe Thiem
On 31 December 2006 13:51, Pavel Kouřil wrote: I have few problems with my gentoo. =// 1. After X WM (I use KDE, in fluxbox it was same) my PC have insane CPU and RAM usage. Why? =// [2.0GHz AMD, 512MB RAM] You need to provide a bit more information here for us to give any meaningful answers

Re: [gentoo-user] how to control portage space usage

2005-08-08 Thread Luke Albers
is concerned I would look at the crossover office fork of wine (assuming that wine itself won't run it) or maybe some virtualization software such as vmare. I don't have any experience with it, but gnomemeeting might be something you would be interested in -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing

Re: [gentoo-user] wine DVD/CD -- how to configure?

2009-11-11 Thread Alexander Puchmayr
the drive, access the content and unmount the drive again. But this has to be entered on the console, which is absolutely unusable for users who don't have any clue what a console is :-( There must be some way to make wine doing all this so that the cd/dvd is automatically visible just like under

Re: [gentoo-user] Valve Steam on gentoo

2009-12-03 Thread Joshua Murphy
a bit... you might see if you can't compare the configuration you have for wine on both to see that they're the same, and the use flags you have on gentoo compared to the compile time options ubuntu used... but I'm not sure where to track those down. Beyond that... any errors on a terminal when

Re: [gentoo-user] installing app-emulation/wine-1.1.44

2010-07-07 Thread Rod Hurford
are pasted below and the build.log file is attached. I have googled and there does not seem to be a problem with the ebuild AND I get the same output with wine-1.1.43 (which is currenlty installed) so the obvious conclusion is that I am doing something 'wrong'. Does anybody have any ideas

Re: [gentoo-user] opengl (?) weirdness in wine

2006-03-02 Thread Robert Persson
performance.  This would increase your 2D performance as well.  I haven't heard about any specific slowness related to ATI cards running 2D applications, so it might be a bug in Wine itself.  Please visit the WineHQ.org website and submit a bugzilla report to see what they can come up

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