I have Debian installed on my computer and have been trying to get Wine to work. When I try to open the notepad program I get the error that :module not found". I have tried searching with google and realized that other people have had the same error, but I still haven't figured it out.
I have installed it using the "apt-get install wine" command. I did "winecfg" after that so that I now have a .wine folder in my home directory. I tried to run notepad with the full path
But I get the error:Code:
The version is 0.9.25 but I think that the current stable version is 1.0.1. Google told me that I might just need to install the newest version of wine, but how to I do that? (I have not been able to find the .deb package/file for it)Code:
Invoking /usr/lib/wine/wine.bin /home/thomas/.wine/drive_c/windows/notepad.exe ...
wine: could not load L"C:\\windows\\notepad.exe": Module not found
Wine failed with return code 126
Warning: Missing charsets in String to FontSet conversion
Warning: Unable to load any usable fontset
/usr/bin/wine: line 529: 8434 Terminated $XMESSAGE -timeout 30 -buttons " Dismiss ":0," Never display this message again ":3 -title "Wine Launch Window" -default " Dismiss " "Invoking $WINEBIN/$WINE_BIN_NAME $@ ...
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