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When I type wine into a konsole, and then click configure on the thing that pops up, I get: Code: kbk@1[~]$ wine Wine called with no arguments. Invoking /usr/lib/wine/wine.bin ... ...
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- 02-19-2006 #1
Can't configure wine
kbk@1[~]$ wine Wine called with no arguments. Invoking /usr/lib/wine/wine.bin ... /usr/bin/wine: line 290: winecfg: command not found
- 02-19-2006 #2
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It looks like the error is self-explanatory.
wine was called with no arguments.
ie; 'wine notepad'
Not sure what version you're running, but try the command 'winecfg'
edit/Oops misread the post, sorry have no idea what's going on.WARNING: I may be telling you more than I know !
- 02-19-2006 #3
use itlike this
make sure you're in the same directory as the program that you want to emulate, or else wine wont find it.
- 02-20-2006 #4
Well I went to the directory of the cd-rom, ran the "Launch.exe" and it came up, then I clicked "Play" and it said "no cd-rom found". The cd is mounted, and I also tried it from the directory where the game is installed. Still doesn't work. I remember before I had to configure wine to find the cd drive. I am using wine 9.6.1 btw.
- 02-20-2006 #5
Yeah, winecfg is the program that you need. It looks like wine tried to run that and couldn't find it, so either it's not installed or it's not in a path where wine can find it. Try a "whereis" to see if it's in the filesystem, and if you find it, you can cd to its location and run it.
If it's not there, I'd recommend re-installing wine. But there is one other thing you can try in the meantime. cd to ~/.wine/dosdevices and check the links in there. There will be c: linked to ~/.wine/drive_c, and z: linked to /, and probably h: linked to ~. There may or may not be a d: link; if there is, find another letter for it, and link d: to your CD-ROM mount point.
This will only work if the game assumes the CD is drive D:, which happens every now and then (less now than before). There's probably a registry entry that defines the CD-ROM location, but I don't know what it would be.Stand up and be counted as a Linux user!
- 02-20-2006 #6
I re-installed it using synaptic this time instead of apt-get. It seemed to work, the game still doesn't work however, but I still have a few things to mess around with..
Edit: It won't save the cdrom drive, I label it drive "F:" and every time I try to run the game it won't find it, so I go back and configure again, and it didn't save the settings...
- 02-20-2006 #7
So how can I get it to recognize my new settings? Is there anything special I have to do, or is it just messed up?