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I am trying to install Metatrader under Wine. The program setup continually requests proxy settings. My broker tells me this shouldn't happen, and is a problem on my end. Here is what I have tried to attempt to solve this error:

  • I have gone into Network settings and proxy is set to none.
  • I have looked in Wine Regedit and proxy_enable is set to 0.
  • I have checked the firewall settings on my modem.
  • I have tried reinstalling wine.
  • I have installed lib32nss-mdns
  • I can log on to my modem in iexplore using the gateway ip but thats it I've set my DNS to 10.0.0.138 to reflect the gateway I've set up a 32 bit Wine prefix

How should I proceed in solving this?

  • I see they have in the instruction a command for installing 1.5 version. I hope you didn't install that version? Because it's really ancient, nowadays you'd rather use at least 1.7 or 1.8. – Hi-Angel Feb 12 '16 at 7:30
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    Appdb says it's enough to install libgnutls28:i386 package. But I tried to test it, and for me that didn't work (wine-1.9.2 btw). As it is worked before, guess they changed something which broke their executable in wine. You can either report a bug to wine team, or — which is better — report the bug to the brokers, because since they decided to support Ubuntu not with building a separate executable, but rather with Wine, then the burden of resolving Wine bugs is on their shoulders. – Hi-Angel Feb 12 '16 at 8:04
  • Tried installing libgnutls28:i386 but still no luck. I now have Metatrader installed in XP under Virtual Box. I'll tray again with Wine after the next update. Installed from the 15.10 Ubuntu repo. Thanks for the suggestions. – Allan Feb 14 '16 at 7:00
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You need to install winhttp.dll, the following command would work:

winetricks winhttp

If any 404 error occurs when downloading W2KSP4_EN.EXE, try manually downloaded this file from the Wayback Machine here. and put it under $HOME/.cache/winetricks/win2ksp4/, Then rerun winetricks winhttp.

EDIT: Some people are having trouble with the Wayback Machine link. Another source is this from the Free University of Berlin FTP Archives.

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Turned out to be a real newbie problem, a little embarrassing. I hadn't added the correct repo and was installing from an old repo. (Ubuntu 12.04 I think). Added the winehq repo and reinstalled. All working fine now. Was wondering why I was only getting 1.6.2.

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    I don't think it's a "newbie problem". I'm having the same issue, and if I'm running ubuntu 16.04 I expect "sudo apt-get install wine" to get a recent version of wine that will work on Ubuntu 16.04. If it gets an older/broken version, something is wrong in Ubuntu as a distribution. – matteo Sep 16 '17 at 20:24
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I have just installed Metatrader 4 on Lubuntu 16.04 with wine 1.9.16. Internet issue is solve by installing winbind:

sudo apt install winbind

It should help for any other version of Ubuntu.

Winbind is a component of the Samba suite of programs that solves the unified logon problem. Winbind uses a UNIX implementation of Microsoft RPC calls.

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    didn't change a thing. – matteo Sep 16 '17 at 20:19

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