wine/freebsd/kazaa.. (fwd)

clayton rollins crollins666 at
Thu Jun 12 22:40:51 PDT 2003

On Thu, 12 Jun 2003 18:51:40 -0400 (EDT) Jason <jason at> wrote:
>nobody knows? I asked the wine-users list twice and nobody there answered
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>Date: Tue, 10 Jun 2003 20:18:55 -0400 (EDT)
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>Subject: wine/freebsd/kazaa.. (fwd)
>freebsd fans.. running freebsd 4.8-stable and have
>installed wine from
>the ports. Wine-20030508.tar.gz
>It installed fine and I can run notepad with no problems..
>Im running the kazaalite install binary for windows and it gets so far..
>then it bombs out with
>err:module:BUILTIN32_dlopen failed to load .so lib for builtin
>msacm.imaadpcm: Cannot open "/usr/local/lib/wine/"
>err:module:BUILTIN32_dlopen failed to load .so lib for builtin
>msacm.msadpcm: Cannot open "/usr/local/lib/wine/"
>(I cannot find those files on my system anywhere. btw. where should they
>come from?)
>I cant find anything useful on google/usenet about this. any ideas?

Hi Jason,

I have no idea about how/where to get those lib's. But, unless you're a big 
fan of kazaa and sharman networks, you might give gtk-gnutella a try. You'll 
be on a different network (gnutella instead of sharman's propreitary net), 
but I'd most definitely recommend giving it a try. Supposedly, most of the 
same things are available from either net', so they should be comparable as 
far as user experience is concerned. (e-mule and bit torrent are two other 
softwares that come to mind, though I haven't run either yet.)

Aside from that, gtk-gnutella offers a quick, clean interface, and will 
allow P2P with a minimum of hassle.


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