Wine-fbsd64 updated to 1.5.12 (32bit Wine for 64bit FreeBSD)
naylor.b.david at gmail.com
Mon Sep 17 12:53:17 UTC 2012
On Sunday, 2 September 2012 07:37:34 alphachi wrote:
> 2012/9/1 David Naylor <naylor.b.david at gmail.com>
> > Hi,
> > Packages  for wine-fbsd64-1.5.12 have been uploaded to mediafire .
> > The
> > packages for FreeBSD 10 use the pkgng  format.
> > There are many reports that wine does not work with a clang compiled
> > world (help in fixing this problem is appreciated as it affects quite a
> > few users).
> > The patch  for nVidia users is now included in the package and is run
> > on installation (if the relevant files are accessible). Please read the
> > installation messages for further information.
> > Regards,
> > David
> > 
> > MD5 (wine-1.5.x-freebsd8/wine-fbsd64-1.5.12,1.tbz) =
> > 335ef444a2f6f375dd22cf932b651919
> > MD5 (wine-1.5.x-freebsd9/wine-fbsd64-1.5.12,1.txz) =
> > e06673c4ab9a0bb82a7d48dad5b8877f
> > MD5 (wine-1.5.x-freebsd10/wine-fbsd64-1.5.12,1.txz) =
> > aafe06b15176f810c25cbf708c11aabb
> >  http://www.mediafire.com/wine_fbsd64
> >  http://wiki.freebsd.org/pkgng
> >  The patch is located at /usr/local/share/wine/patch-nvidia.sh
> Hi David,
> I have pkg_add wine-fbsd64-1.5.12,1.txz and run
> /usr/local/share/wine/patch- nvidia.sh; everything is OK.
> When running wine, the error msg is:
> wine: failed to initialize: /usr/local/lib32/wine/ntdll.dll.so: Undefined
> symbol "_ThreadRuneLocale"
> What shall I do? Thanks!
Could you please answer some questions:
- Are you running FreeBSD 9 or 10?
- When last did you update world?
- Are you using clang for any compilation (of world, ports, etc)
- How did you run wine?
Could please run the followings commands, and provide the output:
# uname -a
also please run the program that tripped wine up.
Some things you could try [the following long shots] (although I have no idea
what the root cause is til I get further information):
- Have a look at http://markmail.org/thread/5kt24py6q2w2ageq
- Update to the latest -stable or -current code
- If you were using clang then switch to gcc and do a full rebuild
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