Macromedia MX 2004
I know how to windows with my eyes closed but i have just recently decided to learn how to use linux so i have install it on to all my computers but i have also just recently been given a copy of Macromedia MX 2004 for my birthday. I have tried briefly to install it onto linux but with no sucess can any one help me and provide me with the correct command to get it to install :(
What did you do?
Did you try wine? or winex? Did you look at frankscorner.org ? Have you tried crossoveroffice?
Good luck, and happy birthday :)
I have been to that web site and downloaded the dll software this helps and gets the installation there but i still but an error
i am usin wine to install it which one is best
1) Macromedia MX? you mean every single macromedia product, or a specific one?
2) So, you've got an error. That error will *proberly* suggest what is wrong. Should we guess what the error was, or would you like to tell us?
Here r some images of the error which i get when i try and install Macromedia dreamweaver
edited by CT: Please post links instead of large images. Thx!
I just thought I should post them since BBCODE isnt working or something.. :?:
Have you tried out winex? They seem to work more on getting installers to work, etc since they provide directx support etc.
You can buy a binary off from transgaming.com or you can get the free cvs version from sf.net's cvs servers. Note that the cvs version doesnt include cd-copy-protection since that would violate the DMCA.
maybe that helped?
i installed winetools an that has seem to of sorted the the problem thank u very much for the help :!:
Guys I tried to install a Macromedia product too, with wine. The program I want to install is freehand MX, the problem is that the program doesn't ask me where I want to put it, so the installation continues and finally a message pops, and it sais that it can't find Program Files(you know the place that programs are saved in Windows). Do you know what do I have to do. This message pops in Photoshop too.
Finally, I tried to install Paint Shop Pro, too,and fortunately it asks me where I want to put the files, but when the installation starts, another message pops( :x ) and it says that in the /home/ directory I don't have enough space...(12GB free space)
What do I have to do???
I'm not so shure about other macromedia products, but you can check with crossover office at http://www.codeweavers.com/products/crossover/
Also, frankscorner.org could have some info worth reading since it posts howto's to run the most popular software in wine, and I guess that most macromedia products are..
Good luck :)
I think that my wine has a problem. The wine I have, it was pre-installed in my system, but the problem is that the directory isn't in the /home/ , and I can't find anywhere my fake c: drive. The program was installed with an rpm, and I wonder If I have to download the program from the net aan install it myself.