On Windows everything work (Log in attachement WindowsXPSP3.log). It kind of sounds like you don't know how many processes you're spawning; the number is probably unreasonably high. -- Configure bugmail: http://bugs.winehq.org/userprefs.cgi?tab=emailDo not reply to this email, post in Bugzilla You must be doing something wrong. Click on Dash (The top left button with Ubuntu icon on it) and type and select "Terminal".
And please be specific with your descriptions and results. "I tried..." and "no result" doesn't tell us much. http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=25825 To install wine, all you have to do is go: sudo apt-get install wine But in reality, lots of software just wont run under wine, so don't give up XP Don't try to club multiple issues into a single thread, it becomes difficult and confusing to support. prshahJune 5th, 2012, 07:22 AM1.
Please use bug reports to everyone can see your findings and discuss possible solutions. Wine - Bugs mailing list Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate ♦ ♦ [Bug 24101] Recursive CreateProcess() fails In reply Also, I can actually track bugs a lot better than emails. The details of this are too extensive to explain in a single post, so it will help if you start a seperate thread for the issue of installing Windows XP in
With version 11.04, wine ran fine. Offline #21 2013-04-22 22:10:40 Wintershade Member From: Croatia Registered: 2008-02-18 Posts: 175 Website Re: [SOLVED] WINE - issues with wineboot and mount manager on 64-bit Marked. I have tried gtalk.exe, QQ.exe using WINE but no result. Wine Bad Exe Format PLUSRUN.EXE is a important file of Visual Dbase Plus.
Offline #22 2013-04-26 20:12:13 triplesquarednine Member Registered: 2011-04-12 Posts: 630 Re: [SOLVED] WINE - issues with wineboot and mount manager on 64-bit Just to let you guys know - Gcc has Scmdatabase_autostart_services Auto-start Service L"mountmgr" Failed To Start: 2 If you have some idea, please let me know. -- Configure bugmail: http://bugs.winehq.org/userprefs.cgi?tab=emailDo not reply to this email, post in Bugzilla using the above URL to reply. ------- You are receiving What is the filename / program you are trying to use? Actually, i try to play at this game in 2 prefix (the first is a 32Bits prefix and the second is a 64Bits prefix) 32Bits Prefix : There are no problems,
Typically, you can get more information on the problem by using the terminal. Wine Ubuntu No Boot option Ok, so you have installed Linux on a machine that had XP on it, and now you cannot choose, or do not have the choice, to load XP However, i have to wait until Archlinux has updated, before i can investigate further. ~ i think i was hitting this bug before gcc-4.8.0 + wine bug - the gcc-4.8.0 update WINE version is :$ wine --versionwine-1.7.44After removing ~/.wine I can't start successfully winecfg.
Topics: Active | Unanswered Index »Multimedia and Games »[SOLVED] WINE - issues with wineboot and mount manager on 64-bit Pages: 1 2 Next Topic closed #1 2013-04-21 02:41:53 Wintershade Member From: other Only the best is good enough. Wine Failed To Connect To Mount Manager I haven't tried this out yet but I will as soon as I get a chance. Failed To Connect To The Mount Manager The Drive Configuration Cannot Be Edited I have re installed Ubuntu 12.04 on my laptop it boots immediately.
I have both 64-bit and 32-bit Nvidia drivers installed. When ubuntu 12.04 install an update of wine, start the problem! I get this problem in my windows IDE, so it's not a fake problem. Sorry for my bad English. Ronin DUSETTE Monday 8 September 2014 at 18:01 Ronin DUSETTE Admin That really is strange. Err:winecfg:open_mountmgr Failed To Open Mount Manager Err 2
That being said, i do understand where you are coming from (i too have a busy inbox and it isn't uncommon for me to loose emails), so in the future - How to load now Windows XP. All rights reserved. Hey guys, Alright, I have icoutils installed and I successfully extracted the icon/s: Code: wrestool --raw 'file'.exe --output=/path/to/extract/ I then opened the .ico file in Image Viewer and saved as .png.
You should be able to upgrade to the new version in the usual way, e.g. To be honest, I never run 64-bit installations of programs through POL, as I usually have a bad experience, but that is really odd that it is giving a Wine version I suspect this is a driver issue.
It looks like your wineprefix has not been created yet. Did a forum search but couldn't find anything useful on it. cd /var/cache/apt/archives/ sudo dpkg -i wine1.5_1.5.7-0ubuntu2~pulse18_amd64.deb wine1.5-amd64_1.5.7-0ubuntu2~pulse18_amd64.deb wine1.5-i386_1.5.7-0ubuntu2~pulse18_i386.deb sudo apt-get -f install Having done so Wine is working again. I doubt I can solve this problem on my own which is why I need help with it.
I am using the package from multilib as well.Edit: Forgot to add that running a pre-existing or new 32-bit wineprefix works perfectly fine. Updates to WINE are delivered via their PPA. If you have broken dependencies, you'll need to use Synaptic rather than the Software Center to fix them; there's help on the Community Help Wiki. –Alex Ball Jun 29 '12 at not cool, man.
Different use of tenses in Iberian vs South American (and/or Andean) Spanish Does a long flight on a jet provide a headstart to altitude acclimatisation? Run the command winecfg to check/create a suitable wineprefix. What's happen? I tried reporting a bug to the WINE bugzilla, but they said there is a problem with my 64-bit binaries.Is this a bug with the Arch package?
Offline #4 2013-04-21 10:37:32 msthev Member Registered: 2012-04-05 Posts: 177 Re: [SOLVED] WINE - issues with wineboot and mount manager on 64-bit http://forum.winehq.org/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=18631http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=33351http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=33307http://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=57003http://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=56881Wine 1.5.28 in Multilib Arch repos was compiled with I get same messages with my IDE, it run lot's of Mafile in cascade like 4, 5 level of process. Only the best is good enough. Something like CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -fno-builtin-memcpy"?