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Hello, all Wine followers, I am maybe the last and new member of this forum. (Registered 1 minute ago after desperately running up-down to find some help). First of course ...
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- 08-24-2006 #1
Wine 0913 Install Failed
Hello, all Wine followers,
I am maybe the last and new member of this forum.
(Registered 1 minute ago after desperately running up-down to find some help).
First of course my excuses for spending your valuable time.
Even newbie I dully used option Search and read carefully all post related.
OK, my problem is :
I am unable to install Wine.
Note:All computer messages are underlined.
I am using two operating systems; WIN ME and Linux Mandrake 9.2 with KDE 3.1.
Both are working stable and without any confrontations.
Very simple and humble- Text processing, some games and Blues music.
Actions:I downloaded Wine version 0.9.13 ( about 10 MB).
Then I created a directory named
This directory contains 24 items: 15 files (1,4 MB total) and 9 directories :
So Konqueror shows:
Attn: vla is my name and WINE is new dir, created by myself.
Then, following strictly the instructions of the file README namely:
execute in the first dir
I goto Tools/Run command and received
Then I tried Konqueror Tools/Execute script and:
Output from command: “tools/wineinstall”
..checking build system..
configurate : error; no acceptance C compiler found in $ PATH
See “config.log” for more details
configuration failed, aborting install.
Any help will be highly appreciated.
- 08-24-2006 #2
Your problem is actually severalfold. First, you are attempting to install WINE by compiling the sourcecode and your installation of Mandrake 9.2 does not have the GNU C Compiler (gcc) installed. Second, you are using a fairly old version of Mandrake Linux (it is now called Mandriva and the current version is 2006, essentially Mandrake version 11).
You can install WINE in Mandrake using the RPM package, which you can download here:
For examples on how to install things such as RPMs in Linux, look here:
Finally, you must understand that WINE is not a stable alternative to running applications in Microsoft Windows. Very few applications will run correctly in WINE, and some will take significant tweaking to get working in the first place. I would highly recommend that you consider using an open-source, Linux-native program that offers the same functionality of the programs you're trying to run in WINE.
- 08-25-2006 #3
I would like to express my deepest thanks for Your so prompt,
positive, detailed and competent help.
Yes, I received the answer I need for all my questions.
Now I will follow strictly Your directions and will install new Mandriva distro.
Well, before starting my Wine project I read much literature
concerning its usage and utilities and I am fully warned about
I know about Cedega and Crossover and such.
I tested Linux many times and even newbie in Linux and
not in Windows I am deeply persuaded in Linux advantages.
But, because of circumstances beyond my control I am forced to install
and still use some Windows based programs namely: Winword and Excel.
I am using right now OpenOffice 2.0.3 Writer and Math and Calc under Linux.
But in Bulgaria the Linux living area is not so big and we, the pioneers,
still meet some difficulties in our battle against still
powerful Redmont’ Windows.
Fortunately more and more Bulgarians realized the future is Linux.
( Oh, a friend told me = yog , why so many Linux distro’s?=
That was question I did not answered ).
Please excuse me in advance for any inconveniences this
message may cause YOU.
May I dare say?
Have YOU good time and take care.
Yes, I will report my future actions.
- 08-25-2006 #4Originally Posted by yog