Wine-fbsd64 updated to 1.5.22 (32bit Wine for 64bit FreeBSD)

David Naylor naylor.b.david at
Wed Jan 23 20:08:36 UTC 2013


Packages [1] for wine-fbsd64-1.5.21 have been uploaded to mediafire [2].  The 
packages for FreeBSD 10 have been temporarily discontinued due to build errors 

Please read the installation messages, if you use the nVidia graphics driver, 
for further information.  

Q: Wine crashing when launching some 3D programs (aka games)
A: This appears to be some clash with software however I have not been able to 
isolate where the problem is occurring (wine, ports, world, kernel, i386, 
amd64).  A possible solution in to try upgrading, or downgrading, software 
used however I have not been able to fix the problem with my attempts.  If you 
find a solution please email me, or post the solution on the mailing list.

Q: wine: failed to initialize: / usr/local/lib32/wine/ Undefined
symbol "_ThreadRuneLocale"
A: This problem is specific to FreeBSD-9.0, please either stick with 
wine-1.5.10 or update to a newer version of FreeBSD (-STABLE or 9.1).  
Apologies for the inconvenience.  

Q: Creating pkgng packages for FreeBSD-9
A: When there is no demand for FreeBSD-8 packages I'll create additional pkgng 
packages for FreeBSD-9.  Since it is possible to install the existing pkg 
packages in a pkgng environment (which I do) this is not a high priority.  

Q: Wine doesn't run (properly) with a clang built world
A: Clang was compiling i386 on a 16-byte boundary while gcc was using a 4-byte 
boundary.  To fix, recompile world after ensuring your sources include or the relevant MFC.  



 MD5 (wine-1.5.x-freebsd8/wine-fbsd64-1.5.22,1.tbz) = 
 MD5 (wine-1.5.x-freebsd9/wine-fbsd64- = 
[3] I'm building using FreeBSD 9.1 system and a FreeBSD 10-current chroot.  
The error is "tar: getvfsbyname failed: No such file or directory".  Likely a 
compatibility issue...
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