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I used winecfg and with the graphical interface configured all the drives, apps, etc. It seemed quite easy, but when I tried to run a program, I found this: macho@linux-wwtz:~> ...
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    Wine in Suse 10.2


    I used winecfg and with the graphical interface configured all the drives, apps, etc. It seemed quite easy, but when I tried to run a program, I found this:

    macho@linux-wwtz:~> wine PowerISO.exe
    wine: could not load L"c:\\windows\\system32\\PowerISO.exe": Module not found
    macho@linux-wwtz:~>

    Can someone explained me what it means and how to fix it?. What did I forget in the configuration?. Thanks a lot for your help.

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    Found this on the web, might help

    http://isohunt.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=117143

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    Thanks for the reply. As usual: fast, informative and educational. Good article. I also think that PowerISO ia a pain in the ass. There still remains the question if I mounted everything OK:

    wine: could not load L"c:\\windows\\system32\\PowerISO.exe": Module not found.

    The directory of windows is a 120 GB drive mounted in /windows.
    I will find a workaround ( up to now I've been copying the .daa files to disk and going to Windows to burn it, but I would like to find a way to do it from suse. What is the Capital "L" before the rest of the line? Thanks a lot for your reply.

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    Well, I found out in another forum that I have to load the windows programs with the setup.exe into wine first, then wine creates its own directories. This cleared up a lot of things for me. I'll report back in 1 or 2 days.

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