When my 32 bit Windows app is run under Wine, the customer gets this. Any clues to the general area that might be causing this? Re: wine Visual C++ runtime library error The program you are trying to run requires the Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library in order to run. How to guides and quick answers to common questions people ask about Designer Wine (IW) Series Runtime Faults Zone 2 Excessive Runtime - Error 40 2 40.
watch the videoError correction 'sprers.eu' in Wine.
Runtime error wine - speaking
Installed xquartz 2.7.11, then Wine 5.0. Run the Fresh Supply installer for hit "Runtime Error (at 73:1379)" then "Runtime Error (at 311:814); Out of Global Vars range" then "Runtime Error (at 211:814); Out of Global Vars range" then "Invalid Opcode." Those all pop over the successful install box.
Hit launch and.... "kexPlatformApp::InitVideo: Failed to create opengl context (Could not create GL context:" which ends with a broken character that shows up as a square, and then an exclamation. Hit OK and the thing crashes.
No problems installing/running One Unit Whole
firstly, I use playonlinux as a launcher and build wine from sources directly from wine repository. I also use proprietary nVidia drivers for my dedicated GPU. For some games, I use dxvk which I download precompiled from github.
For WiC, I currently use wine 4.0 (my own build without any patches, just as it were in git repo). I believe it ran with some older versions too.
In my wine settings, I use Windows 7 as version.
And according to library overrides, I seem to have installed:
- d3dx9_* (all the numbers on place of the asterisk '*')
These are installed through playonlinux in my case, although I believe you can just use winetricks.
The game runs well, but only with DirectX 9 graphics. (I think it crashes when set to DX10 and then resets to DX9 on next start, so it's ok to try. I tried more than once.)
For this particular game, DXVK is useless. The game is older than DX11 and so you won't get nothing.
as for the terminal i get this output
[email protected]:~$ cd Desktop
[email protected]:~/Desktop$ cd Sims 3
bash: cd: Sims: No such file or directory
[email protected]:~/Desktop$ cd Sims_3
bash: cd: Sims_3: No such file or directory
[email protected]:~/Desktop$ cd S3
[email protected]:~/Desktop/S3$ setup.exe
setup.exe: command not found
[email protected]:~/Desktop/S3$ wine setup.exe
fixmerocess:SetProcessDEPPolicy (1): stub
fixmerocess:SetProcessDEPPolicy (1): stub
fixme:winisableProcessWindowsGhosting : stub
fixme:graphics:ShutdownBlockReasonDestroy (0x10086): stub
fixme:graphics:ShutdownBlockReasonCreate (0x10086, L"Installing"): stub
fixme:rstrtmgr:RmStartSession 0x50a004, 0, 0x50a008 stub!
err:module:import_dll Library MFC42.DLL (which is needed by L"C:\\users\\chris\\Temp\\is-4LFP6.tmp\\isskin.dll") not found
^Cfixme:console:CONSOLE_DefaultHandler Terminating process 8 on event 0
fixme:console:CONSOLE_DefaultHandler Terminating process 26 on event 0
Supporting Protected Applications Under Wine
Sentinel LDK can be used to protect Windows-based applications that run under the Wine application.
This section describes:
>How to prepare a protected application to run using Wine.
>How to prepare the Linux environment for working with the Run-time Environment and the Wine application.
Sentinel LDK support for Wine has been tested as follows:
>Both 32-bit and 64-bit applications, protected with Sentinel Licensing API.
>Both LIB and DLL files have been tested.
>Both SL and HL keys have been tested.
>Applications that are protected with Sentinel LDK Envelope are expected to work.
>Applications licensed and protected with HL (Driverless configuration) keys are expected to work under Wine only if the Linux Run-time Environment is installed on the machine.
>Applications that are licensed with HASP4 or Hardlock keys are not expected to work.
Prepare the Protected Application
On a Windows machine, protect your Win32 application using your customized Licensing API.
Your application is now ready for distribution to your customers.
Prepare the Linux Environment
The steps in this section should be performed by the end user before running the protected application using Wine.
To prepare your Linux environment
1.Install Wine version 7.0 (from http://www.winehq.org) under one of the versions of Linux that is supported by Sentinel LDK.
2.Make sure that Wine is registered in the Windows Registry as follows:
a.In a terminal, enter: wine regedit
b.In the Registry Editor, navigate to the key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > Software.
c.Under Software, check for the existence of the key Wine.
d.If the Wine key exists, no action is required. Otherwise, right-click the Software key and select New > Key. Rename the newly-created key to Wine.
e.Close the Registry Editor.
3.Install the Sentinel LDK Run-time Environment for Linux. For more information, see the Sentinel LDK Installation Guide.
NOTE Note: For applications under Wine, the Run-time Environment is required even when the application is licensed using a Sentinel HL (Driverless configuration) HL key.
Limitations and Known Issues Under Wine
>When executing a protected application under Wine on a 64-bit system, the protected application will not run and will indicate that a system debugger was detected, even when no system debugger is active. To enable a protected application to run under these conditions, disable User debugger detection when you protect the application in Sentinel LDK Envelope.
>Wine does not contain the required HID.DLL support to access the devices directly. The error information listed below is displayed when you enter the command: wine hasp_demo.exe or wine hasp_update.exe
>The legacy HASP HL Runtime API is not supported.