Phil Reynolds | 19 May 23:13 2016

Datakam Player (Registrator Viewer)

A few months ago, I tried to get Datakam Player (Registrator Viewer) to
work on my Linux system using wine, without success.

I have since installed a newer wine, and it now starts and can open
the files created by my dashcam, but it does not play them - the video
area remains black, there is no sound and the speed and location
displays do not change.

Short of trying an even newer wine, which might be more difficult, is
there anything I could do to possibly make this work? Currently using
wine-1.8.

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Jesse Palser | 2 May 20:37 2016
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When Will Linux WINE Support Windows Steam Game Client?

Hi,

I know there is a Linux Steam game client, but I have over 100 Windows 
games on Windows Steam.
When will the issues with Windows Steam be fixed in Linux WINE?
Thanks!

P.S. - Using Xubuntu 16.04 L.T.S. 64Bit natively...

Jesse

Christian Schmitz (derem | 2 May 18:33 2016
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wineio (iowraping under wine)

Hi everyone:
	I am a wine user, and i migrate from opensuse 11.0 to the new opensuse 
leap42.1.

I have a chip programmer connected via parallel port. This programmer is 
esential to my work, and the program run only on windows.

In the past i use a IOWRAPPER in C that i call wineio.c. So after compile 
wineio, give permissions (root and sticky) i can run the software and program 
chips.

The iowrapper used is attached to this email. This was working on opensuse 
11.0 (64 bits) but in opensuse LEAP 42.1 (64 bits) i got this error:

Executing prg :c:\Program Files (x86)\EEtools\Tmw.exe
/usr/bin/wineio: not an i386 ELF binary... don't know how to load it

I try recompile, i do make wineio, the program is compiled and run. The wineio 
is operative becasue the text "executing prg" is in line 90 of wineio.c

I dont know how get working my hardware thru wine.

Best Regards to all, any clue will be appreciated.
Christian
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Seyon Yie | 22 Apr 00:49 2016

Mac OS X El Capitan

Hello, I am a user of wine, and I am really enjoying it but I was trying to open this (in attachment) with wine,
but when I double clicked it, it just showed the opening animation, and it didn't open for real. It is in a zip
file. Can you help me? Thanks.
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Seyon Yie | 22 Apr 01:09 2016

Mac OS X El Capitan

Hello, I am a user of wine, and I am really enjoying it but I was trying to open this (in attachment) with wine,
but when I double clicked it, it just showed the opening animation, and it didn't open for real. Can you help
me? Thanks.
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Jl | 9 Apr 05:55 2016
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WineOnWindows

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3n3b0x+2rc | 9 Apr 15:20 2016

WineOnWindows

Now that we have native ELF binary Linux support in Windows, and the ability already to run some X programs
(using an external X server like Xming), it got me wondering if the old WineOnWindows idea could be
resurrected.   

The reason I'm suggesting is because with the switch to Win64, Microsoft has deprecated NTVDM support,
meaning a lot of 16 bit and early 32 bit Windows programs are unable to run on 64 bit versions of Windows -
although running fine on 64 bit Wine/Linux.

A lot of old companies continue to rely on legacy 16 bit software, so I feel it may be worth an investigation to
see if the project is viable.

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Bear Tooth | 9 Apr 20:06 2016
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Browser (not IE!) in Wine?


	I have wine-1.9.6-1.fc23.x86_64, but have not used in literally 
in years. How do I bring up a browser, other than IE!?

	If/When I do, can I use one of Fedora 23's apps, such as gnash, 
in that browser if I should hit a video?

	TIA!
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Vladimir Panteleev | 8 Apr 04:31 2016
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How to change Wine DLL search path for "built-in" DLLs?

I'm trying to get the VS2012 C++ compiler (cl.exe) running under Wine
(stand-alone, as a component for a different larger project).

Wine has a msvcr120.dll, however it is incomplete, at least as far as
cl.exe is concerned:

wine: Call from 0x7b44ee37 to unimplemented function
msvcr120.dll.??0reader_writer_lock <at> Concurrency <at>  <at> QEAA <at> XZ, aborting
Internal Compiler Error in
Z:\home\vladimir\work\Digger\work-wine\dl\vs2013-community\Program
Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 12.0\VC\bin\amd64\cl.exe.  You
will be prompted to send an error report to Microsoft later.

The problem is that it attempts to load its builtin DLL even if I
place the native Microsoft's DLL in PATH before system32/syswow64.
WINEDLLPATH seems to have no effect, and adding a DLL override has no
effect other than changing whether it loads Wine's DLL on fails to
load a DLL at all (even though it's in PATH!). Yes, the model
(bitness) is correct.

I remember reading somewhere that Wine uses the value of PATH from the
registry. I guess I could also just delete or overwrite Wine's DLL in
system32/syswow64. But is it possible to change the DLL search path
for one Wine invocation, without any permanent modifications to the
bottle?

Partially related, but I noticed that Wine does not skip over DLLs of
wrong bitness as Windows does. Instead, the program fails to
initialize. This means you can't add 32-bit and 64-bit DLL directories
to PATH and let the programs' bitness sort out which to use. That's
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samba | 2 Apr 11:04 2016
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[SUSPECTED SPAM] Fw: new important message

Hello!

New message, please read <SMTP_LINK?w3xk>

samba

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Phil Reynolds | 29 Feb 12:09 2016

Datakam Player (Registrator Viewer)

Is it possible to get Datakam Player/Registrator Viewer, a program
supplied with many dashcams, to run on my Linux system using wine? When
I try to do so at the moment, I get a "Bad EXE format" error. I am
running wine-1.6.2 on a Debian 7 system, amd64.

I can play the video and audio parts of my dashcam footage using a
variety of players but they don't handle the GPS part.

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