I have been trying to install Wine for a week now without any success (from source). First I tried to install wine 0.9.32. Now I'm trying to install the recently released 0.9.34 version.
Wine has a page to help installing it in Debian x64 architeture, but nothing there helped me out.
This are the links I used:
".configure" works fine for me, but "make" gives me the following error message:
ld: Relocatable linking with relocations from format elf64-x86-64 (/usr/lib/ libsicuuc.a(ubidi.ao)) to format elf32-i386 (gdi32.KUEPFT.o) is not supporte d
winebuild: ld -m elf_i386 -r failed with status 256
winegcc: ../../tools/winebuild/winebuild failed.
make: ** [gdi32.dll.so] Erro 2
make: Saindo do diretório `/home/eu/wine-0.9.34/dlls/gdi32'
make: ** [gdi32] Erro 2
make: Saindo do diretório `/home/eu/wine-0.9.34/dlls'
make: ** [dlls] Erro 2
There is a wine's page that tell you to download/create a .deb wine package, and then run:
sudo dpkg --force-architecture -i wine_*_i386.deb
The page is: http://wiki.winehq.org/UbuntuAMD64
But, to create this new .deb file we need to add some repositories For Ubuntu Edgy (6.10) or For Ubuntu Dapper (6.06), and then run: "apt-get --build source wine", as this wine's page tell us to do:
But after you add any of these two Ubuntu repositories, when you run "apt-get update" you always get an error message. So, it's impossible so far to create this .deb file. And going back to the installation FROM SOURCE, it doesn't work either, giving the error message I quoted above.
That's it. I hope someone here can help me out in this installation process, because I need to install wine and then install wine tools too!! The softwares I want to install here REQUIRES Internet Explorer and the installation of IE without wine tools never worked for me.
I don't know if there is any new release of Windows Emulators for Linux, but If you guys know any BETTER emulator than Wine, for Linux, please post it here. If it's better than Wine I'll try it for sure.