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First of all, I uninstalled the original version of Wine that came with my system to upgrade. Then I downloaded the Wine rpm for Fedora. I typed rpm -i <wine ...
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    Wine rpm installation error


    First of all, I uninstalled the original version of Wine that came with my system to upgrade. Then I downloaded the Wine rpm for Fedora. I typed rpm -i <wine filename> and it seemed to install. Then, when I try to use wine, it says:

    Code:
    wine client error&#58;13&#58; version mismatch 133/140.
    Your wineserver binary was not upgraded correctly,
    or you have an older one somewhere in your PATH.
    Or maybe the wrong wineserver is still running?
    No idea why. At first, I thought perhaps I had downloaded the wrong rpm, but I ended up downloading all three of them, and each gave me the same error. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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    Re: Wine rpm installation error

    Try the following.

    As root user,
    Code:
    # wineserver -k 15
    # wineserver
    As normal user,
    Code:
    $ wine your/program/to/run
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    Thank you. That helped.

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