ph.schaefe | 20 Apr 19:03 2014

Re: wine-users Digest, Vol 105, Issue 6

But do you have keyboard input in a 'standard' wine?

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Jesse Palser | 20 Apr 17:47 2014

[1.7.16 Beta]-Emulate a virtual desktop & Steam Client-No Keyboard?

[1.7.16 Beta]-Emulate a virtual desktop & Steam Client-No Keyboard?


I am running Kubuntu 14.04 64Bit fully updated and WINE v.1.7.16 Beta.
I setup WINE to have a emulated virtual desktop(1024x768)
but when I run Valve's Steam game client in WINE I have no keyboard input?

Any help would be appreciated, thank you!


유재용 | 11 Apr 03:41 2014

Does wineD3D support Direct 3D 10 and 11?

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Pawel Por | 10 Apr 10:48 2014

audio reset failed


I receive periodically the following error popup window when I use wine
"Audio Reset Failed: Access violation at address 7BC503AA in module
'ntdll.dll'. Write of address F818611C"

The message is the same every time. Even the addresses 7BC503AA and
7BC503AA are the same.

When it occurs the audio hangs up and only the restart of the wine
application helps.
I use 64-bit Arch Linux and run 32 bit wine applications.
Wine version is wine 1.7.14-1 (32 bit).

The /proc/≤wine app's PID>/maps is as follows. I can see that memroy region
ffbd0000-ffbf0000 is not writtable and the memory region 7bc10000-7bc11000
is most likely BSS.
7bc00000-7bc10000 r-xp 00000000 08:02 15345278
7bc10000-7bc11000 r-xp 00000000 00:00 0
7bc11000-7bcc6000 r-xp 00011000 08:02 15345278
7bcc6000-7bcc7000 r--p 000c5000 08:02 15345278
7bcc7000-7bcd1000 rwxp 000c6000 08:02 15345278

f7747000-f7748000 r-xp 00000000 00:00 0
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Doug | 2 Apr 01:50 2014

uninstalling something that didn't work

I found I had a disk of TurboCAD LTE, and installed it in Wine on 
PCLOS-32-KDE, but it wouldn't run. I have tried to get rid of it, and I 
don't know if I have
found all the instances of it, since neither  "Find Files" gui nor 
locate pointed to any of them. so I poked around in the various 
directories, and I think I found
most or all instances, but if I start Wine, it shows "IMSI Design 
TurboCAD LTE 4" and that entry points to 5 more files, but they are not 
removable from
that utility.  I don't know if any of them are still on the system.
As a matter of interest, I cannot seem to get into any of the c: or d: 
(etc.) directories from a  terminal, but I can find them in Konqueror 
and the unwanted
programs in them that I can find I can delete via this GUI.
Before I clutter up the system with something else that may not work, 
I'd like to know how to clean out those things that don't!


John Drescher | 31 Mar 22:33 2014

Re: WordPerfect12

> Tried saving to one of the directories it called for, and it still crashed,
> as soon as I selected the directory.  It also crashes if I select the
> up arrow, top right of the save box.
> The installation created a whole directory tree, and these directories
> (that it "likes") are available in the tree.

I would run WordPerfect from the shell and see if there is anything
interested in the messages that wine echos to the shell.

Also you may want to go to the forum instead. The mailing list these
days is not that active. You will get better help at the forum.


John Drescher | 31 Mar 22:09 2014

Re: WordPerfect12

> OK, but the only options in the "save" box are for Windows directories, like
> "Program Files" or "My Documents" and one or two others.

These are in your wine prefix on linux and have nothing to do with
windows8. Look at the .wine folder in your home directory.

> If I try to erase "My Documents" and write"
> /home/doug/Documents/filename.doc" as soon as I start that it goes to a
> crash box,
> and the only option then is to close the file. (I am not trying to save
> anything to the Windows 8 system that is, AAMOF, on this machine also,
> in a different partition.)  What now?

Doug | 31 Mar 21:33 2014


I was informed that WP12 works in Linux, and I have obtained the disk 
and installed it without difficulty. I need some help on saving a file 
that I write
in WP.  As soon as I try to save it in a Linux directory, it crashes, 
and of course, I don't have C:\Windows directories. I would like to 
correspond with
anyone who has installed this program and is using it. (I have used WP 
in Windows for years--since WP 5.1--and I really would like to use it in 
I will need to open files that have been saved in a Linux directory and 
also save in a Linux directory. One happy experience: I can print from it.
All assistance greatly appreciated.


Dzung Nguyen | 28 Mar 20:50 2014

Papersapp in Wine

I am trying to use Papersapp Mekentojs WIndows version in Wine. Installed
wine1.6, and .Net framework 4.0. I got the errors when starting wine

INFO  2014-03-28 14:46:14,931   150ms Machine Info           - Attempting
to detect internet connection. Service may be disabled.
System.Management.ManagementException: Error code: 0x80041017
   at System.Management.ManagementObjectSearcher.Get()
   at Mekentosj.Reddo.MachineInfo.GetMacAddress()

Is it possible to fix this error?

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Chuck Weinstock | 21 Mar 19:00 2014

Software Licensing Problem

I have installed the game Rail Baron using WineBottler running on OS X 10.9.2. The program runs fine until I
attempt to license it.

When registering that program gives me a code that I have to send to the developer who in turn supplies a
registration key. I enter the key and the software says that it is successfully registered but when I start
the program up it starts up again as if it is not registered.

According to the developer a successfully registered version should have created a <something>.LIC file
in the same directory as the program executable (in this case
~/Applications/ but the file is not created.

I thought, at first, that it was a permissions issue, but I looked and the winebottler directory has
permissions rwxrwxrwx <at>  which seems right to me. 

Does anyone have any ideas about this? I am told that others have gotten the program to work properly, but I
have not been given any names to contact.



Luc Saffre | 14 Feb 05:23 2014

Wine displaying slowly

Hi all,

I am trying to run a program compiled using Xbase++ (a proprietary
Clipper compiler). Everything works perfectly except that the menus are
rendered very slowly.

And stdout says the following messages:

    fixme:font:freetype_SelectFont Untranslated charset 255
    fixme:font:freetype_SelectFont Untranslated charset 255
    fixme:font:get_nearest_charset returning DEFAULT_CHARSET
face->fs.fsCsb[0] = 00000000 file = (null)
    fixme:font:freetype_SelectFont Untranslated charset 254
    fixme:font:get_nearest_charset returning DEFAULT_CHARSET
face->fs.fsCsb[0] = 00000000 file = (null)

I used Google but could not find anything helpful. Now I'm locked.
Is there somebody here who can help me?