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Re: Wine32 on amd64

On Tue, Oct 31, 2017 at 11:31:34AM +0100, Maxime Villard wrote:
> Hi,
> A few days ago I added support for USER_LDT on amd64. USER_LDT was the only
> remaining kernel component we needed in order to support Wine32 on amd64.
> First, note that Wine32 != Wine64. We do have a Wine64 package on amd64, but
> it supports only 64bit Windows applications. Wine32, as you can guess, offers
> support for 32bit applications.
> It is complicated to build Wine32 on amd64, because of libraries etc.
> Theoretically we could use the i386 Wine package (as taken from the pkgsrc
> ftp server, for example), and launch it on amd64 via netbsd32.
> I tried to do so the other day:
> 1. Extract the i386 sets in /emul/n32/

I think the standard path is /emul/netbsd32 -- perhaps changing to that will help?

> 2. Install the i386 version of libpng in this directory
> 3. Download the wine package from the pkgsrc ftp, and extract it
> 4. Launch Wine with:
> 	$ export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/emul/n32/usr/lib:/emul/n32/usr/X11R7/lib:/home/user/wine/lib
> 	$ WINESERVER=/home/user/wine/bin/wineserver \
> 		WINELOADER=/home/user/wine/bin/wine \
> 		WINEDLLPATH=/home/user/wine/lib/wine \
> 		/home/user/wine/bin/winecfg
> The winecfg window opens normally, but it is empty (no content). Basically I
> had no idea what I was doing, and I probably did something wrong when
> installing the sets or the libraries.
> Does someone have a clean procedure detailing how to launch graphical
> 32bit applications on amd64?
> Thanks,
> Maxime

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