Compiling Wine on a 64 bit Ubuntu -- X development packages needed?
An update to an application I run through Wine broke the application, and when I looked for a solution, I found a Wine patch released that same day to fix it. I've compiled software in the most basic sense ... configure, make, make install, but I've never patched anything. But I read that to apply a patch to Wine requires you to compile Wine from source. So I tried to do that, after applying the patch.
At first it told me that it couldn't build 32 bit Wine on a 64 bit operating system. I looked for a 64 bit Wine at WineHQ, Sourceforge and ibilio, as well as ppa:ubuntu-wine and git. In all locations, there seems to be only one version of Wine1.4.
So I installed the ia32z libs and tried again. Now it tells me that it can't find the X development libraries, and I can't find an answer to that one anywhere.
I also tried following the instructions on building a wow64 setup using chroot, but again, the X devel libraries are a problem.
Does anyone know a workaround, or which X development packages I need? I tried xorg-dev, but that didn't fix it.