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How do I execute this script? I write it line by line and nothing happens: inode1=$(ls -ilab | awk 'FNR == 4 {print $1}') inode2=$(ls -ilab | awk 'FNR == 6 {print $1}') find . -inum $inode1 -exec mv {} LINE \; find . -inum $inode2 -exec mv {} resources \; mv ./resources/res ./LINE mv ./LINE ../ cd .. rm -R line_tmp


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1 First run apt-get install build-essential. This will provide you necessary development tools from respective repositary and which are not included in default Ubuntu system. [2] Download the wine_0.0.20041019-1.3.tar.gz from sourceforge.net and extract the file. [3] Open terminal and enter the following commands: $cd wine-20041019 $./configure This ...


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I suspect the information on that page that mentions a wine version from 2004 is extremely old (over 10 years old). The compatibility box at the top of the page suggests it works fine on the latest versions of wine. If you are having a problem running it on the current version of wine in Ubuntu, the best thing to do would be to file a bug report with any ...


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Have you tried enter this in the terminal, and use a older wine first try this: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install wine1.4 winetricks and then install a newer one enter this: sudo apt-get install wine1.7 and this might fix the issue on this one.


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Execute these commands one by one in Terminal (Crtl+Alt+T) : sudo apt-get install -f sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade sudo apt-get dist-upgrade sudo apt-get autoremove


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Take into account that not all applications work out of the box with Wine. You must make specific tweaks. You have to manually configure Wine to use certain Windows DLL. First check the Wine application Database "appDB" to see if such software is supported already. Wine tricks is just one of many tools to make such tweaks. Q4wine is an advanced gui tool. ...


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Just like you can't easily convert from a 32bit system to a 64bit system in place without a clean installation, you can't convert a 64-bit Wine prefix to a 32-bit one. The only way to achieve this is to either blow away your wine prefix and replace it with a 32bit one, or create a separate 32-bit prefix. Wine recommends the second of these options. Wine ...


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Create a 32-bit Windows wine prefix: env WINEPREFIX=~/.wine32 WINEARCH=win32 winecfg (or win64 as winearch) Usage of prefix - with env: env WINEPREFIX=~/.wine32 command arguments[...] command is like wine setup.exe. For more info, see man env. ~/.wine32 is your prefix name (actually, /home/username/.wine32) and you have to specify it always to use ...


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If you're using PlayOnLinux, try extracting the Office .ISO file into a folder (don't mount it) and in PlayOnLinux use setup.exe from it. I had the same problem and it worked.


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It seems that Evernote auto-update does not work on Wine anymore (at least that's what I can observe in my case, for Evernote 5.8.x - and 5.7.x, as far as I can remember). As you might expect, the solution is to uninstall your current version and install the new one. It looks pretty straightforward, but sometimes you might stumble upon an issue of not being ...


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The workaround is to build wine without OpenCL http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2257502&p=13194027#post13194027 There is also an open bug you might consider voting for at: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/wine1.6/+bug/1405264


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remove that driver and use this guid to install the supported version https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto/AMD then install wine


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I managed to play using pulseaudio from DISPLAY :1 thru TCP (without system mode daemon): from here: http://billauer.co.il/blog/2014/01/pa-multiple-users/ (from http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=190954) cp /etc/pulse/default.pa ~/.pulse/ echo "load-module module-native-protocol-tcp auth-ip-acl=127.0.0.1" >>~/.pulse/default.pa echo ...


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It appears that after installing winetricks, opening a file with ADE is an option in firefox. It has fixed itself ie thank you ajn. The question, which could remain open until someone else is desperate as i can work now,is what actually happened? Behind the scenes im guessing that file associations have aligned themselves by installing winetricks (??) I ...


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Installation via winetricks worked very well for me. Install winetricks: sudo apt-get install winetricks then run winetricks and follow the instructions. Run ADE from the dash.


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Just a suggestion but try setting the default program to open exes to wine windows program loader, and then click on it. If you're using the terminal, it might make orbiter lag, although I don't know why it would do that.


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its very hard to decide which packages are required to your machine for installing wine. It is possible that some packages may be already installed on your system by some other applications. I followed these steps to install wine on different machine. note: 32bit architecture files won't work on 64bit and vise versa. all of you systems should be ...


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True, "Linux is virus free" is a myth. And it's also an extremely inaccurate and vague sentence. You can read a lot on this topic, and there are a lot of articles explaining you what kind of "virus" (believe me, it's the wrong word to define such things, but let's use it for this discussion) are out there, how a "virus" may harm you, and how unlikely this ...


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It's not necessarily normal to have that many viruses, but they are all usually "Windows viruses" meaning they run via WINE and where installed with some program using WINE. These types of viruses are usually not too dangerous as they have limitations as to what they can actually do and they are not installed on your system, just your wine prefix. What your ...


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Well, that made my day! :D Let us see... Linux is not exactly virus free. If you let a certain malicious script run, it might install some little programs to steal your information. Though, the system is built in a way that it should warn you of a script wanting to run itself as root. Now.. you said the viruses were found on PlayOnLinux, which is a wine ...


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The place to look for software working with WINE is WineHQ. It has this to say: Syspro is an extensive Accounting / Inventory package including P.O.S interface, xml, ODBC interfaces. Written in Cobol. Officially client program cannot run in Linux. BUT, it works with Wine! The SYSPRO product offering includes a choice of more than 40 application modules, ...


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Well, I do believe that Adobe stuff (like photoshop) has a bad reputation of working with Wine. The same thing happens with iTunes. The latest compatible version of iTunes that works with Wine is version 8. 8! THE LATEST RELEASE IS LIKE, 12.1.1!!!!! I would suggest trying an earlier version of Master Collection, and if that doesn't work, try looking around ...


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Tally is a commercial product so you should be able to get support from them directly here. Tally has a garbage rating on WineHQ. I would advice installing Windows in virtualBox and install Tally into that system. Tally working in WINE is dubious at best and you are likely to see all sorts of things that do not work besides this export of yours. On the ...


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Ok so You could use a virtual machine to solve this, in which case, you would have the windows control panel, and the "mail" applet, where you could configure an address manually. I might be safe to assume that the same issue wouldn't be happening in the first place within a virtual machine, but if it were, again, you would have access to the control panel, ...


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Running the configuration software in Wine doesn't help, because it expects the Windows hardware drivers to be present. You will need to find working Linux drivers for your device. Generally speaking, anything that involves direct hardware or driver access doesn't work in Wine.


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I'm the person who wrote the first test results of Adobe Acrobat XI Pro on Wine App database. You can't install the program using current, official Wine release. If you want install it with - and only with - Wine, you will need a MSI "hack patch" which bypasses some custom MSI action calls required basically by any modern Adobe installer. The patch for ...


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I made a round solution and disabled the Tooltip via Preferences > Interface > Show Tool Tips Until someone posts a better solution, I shall mark this one as the answer.


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It is normal for a software application to require more than just one package, and when you install the main package, it causes a number of dependent packages to be installed as well. This is the case with wine: the main package called wine doesn't even contain any code at all, it simply just has a dependent package called wine1.6 which in turn depends on a ...


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Having more memory (RAM) always helps because you typically need 3x as much ram as the largest image when it is uncompressed. Add in the requirements for WINE and Ubuntu and that is a lot of ram. Check if it is swapping to disk a lot, if so, you have little choice but to buy more ram or somehow allocate more to the process. It is possible to reduce the ...


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Maybe you could try moving or deleting "/etc/apt/sources.list.d/getdeb.list.bck". It probably won't do any damage since it's a backup file.


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I had the same problem. Here is how I fixed it: Update to the latest graphics drivers: Check your kernel version by typing in terminal uname -r. I had a problem with driver after installing kernel 3.19. (Currently I'm using 3.13-generic.) for ATI see What is the correct way to install proprietary ATI Catalyst Video Drivers (fglrx) directly from AMD? for ...


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I followed this link to install 32 bit PDF XChange viewer in Ubuntu 64 Bit 14.04 Then the link shows a script to open the PDF Xchange viewer with the file-name as argument. I made that script and kept that in /bin Then I edited the ~/.local/share/applications/wine-extension-pdf.desktop to this: [Desktop Entry] Type=Application Name=PDF-XChangeViewer ...


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Slender has a platinum rating on WineHQ App DB. So its installation shouldn't be difficult and involve any additional step. No need to install a particular old Wine version. Install a Wine runtime Install the most recent stable Wine version and PlayOnLinux: sudo apt-get install wine playonlinux Install a Wine application Open up PlayOnLinux and ...


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You need to enable x86 architecture for multiarch packages: sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install wine1.7


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This is a 3-step process: Install gksu by apt-get install gksu Create a bash script that uses gksu - wine to change the user to wine and then executes the commands needed. (as that is used by all users, should probably go in /usr/local/bin) Turn X11 forwarding on: In your /etc/bash.bashrc add the following line as last line: export $(dbus-launch) Create a ...


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Running wine on Ubuntu 14.10. Found that wine explorer would run, but some "3rd party" programs would not, in my case it was femm42, a finite element analysis program for magnetics. In this case, the missing dll was mfc90.dll, but this doesn't really matter. Just try to locate your particular missing dll on the internet and download it. Next, examine any ...


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I don't know how to do it using winetricks but you can using winecfg here is how: http://archive09.linux.com/feature/123854


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This is based on @Flint's excellent script. At first I tried "Z:"%U variable at the end of desktop file Exec= field for Wine programs. It worked fine until I opened a program without a file specified. Wine programs complained about missing file because the Exec= line pointed to the drive Z: which clearly is not a file but absolute file path instead. File ...


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Try this : sudo apt-get purge wine* This will remove every single package related to wine. This is probably because there are more than one package for wine in the repositories.


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Open source drivers don't use the hardware to its fullest capacity, therefore your games are going to run slower. You should use the proprietary drivers for your GPU. They're maintained by AMD themselves; only they can write a driver that uses the GPU to its fullest potential. Additionally, Wine provides rather rough compatibility for Windows applications. ...


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Ok,I think you should make sure to install it by using apt-get install wine rather than other ways. So I think you can remove wine by your comman, if you used apt-get install wine command to install it.


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Are you trying to run a file located in your home directory or your desktop? If so, wine can't locate it because it's outside its own directory structure. Try this: Copy file.exe to the default wine installation: cp file.exe $HOME/.wine/drive_c/ Execute that file: wine $HOME/.wine/drive_c/file.exe


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1st Option: Doesn't one of the listed packages complete the dependency? You can try installing one of the listed ones and then try again. 2nd option (only if the first one fails): If you'd like to install the exact package, try the following in a bash terminal: sudo -i cd /etc/apt/sources.list.d echo "deb http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ raring ...


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Try the following command in terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T): sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install wine


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My answer from another post. This works for all missing DLL files: http://askubuntu.com/a/581881/335595 Problem: MFC42.DLL is missing Simple fix and this works for any missing .dll files on PlayOnLinux or even Windows itself. Close your PlayOnLinux & Wine programs. Kill all instances. ("ps aux" and "kill -9" commands) Google for the ...


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Problem: MFC42.DLL is missing Simple fix and this works for any missing .dll files on PlayOnLinux or even Windows itself. Close your PlayOnLinux & Wine programs. Kill all instances. ("ps aux" and "kill -9" commands) Google for the dll file name (MFC42.DLL). You'll find a bunch of sites where you can download the file. Drop the file into your Windows ...


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OK, I've discovered why wine couldn't see the bluetooth ports: Used blueman bluetooth manager to connect to the device and set up a serial port /dev/rfcomm0 Create a link to the serial port in ~/.wine/dosdevices: ln -s /dev/rfcomm0 com1 Add myself to dialout group so I can access the ports created in /dev: sudo gpasswd -a steve dialout wine apps ...



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