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hey; i Use wine for execute my windows application. and when i use a application, at a moment i have this error message: violation of access to the adress 5743A80 ...
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    Problem with Shell32.dll??


    hey;

    i Use wine for execute my windows application. and when i use a application, at a moment i have this error message:
    violation of access to the adress 5743A80 in the module shell32.dll. Reading of address 00000001.

    someone have a idea please.
    wait for your help.
    best regards.

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    What program were you trying to run?
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    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe
    What program were you trying to run?
    I run a programm that we developped with Borland C++ builder under windows, but i just run the executable programm under wine.
    the page of indexe is posted and I can traverse the menus, I can add a customer, creat the requests..... but when I click under menu to post a small window it posts the error message ( i thinks, i am note sure, because in the source code , it called a toolbar form, and i don't know how wine use toolbar).

    thanks.

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    If you built the app, have you considered recompiling it in Linux? Does it make any MS Windows-specific API calls, like COM references or anything?
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    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe
    If you built the app, have you considered recompiling it in Linux? Does it make any MS Windows-specific API calls, like COM references or anything?
    No, i didn't recomile it in linux, i use the executable program. if it' is make any API, how can i use this API under wine? i have just added it in C:\\windows\\system32 or what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonano
    No, i didn't recomile it in linux, i use the executable program. if it' is make any API, how can i use this API under wine? i have just added it in C:\\windows\\system32 or what?
    I don't think we're understanding each other. You said you're trying to run a program you created in Windows using Borland C++ in Linux. I said, if you created it then you have access to the source code, so you might be able to recompile it in Linux.

    However that might be a lot more work than necessary, now that I think about it. I don't use WINE on a daily basis so I'm going to pass this thread off to someone with more experience in this arena. Stick around, someone else will probably be able to help you.
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