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I know this type of questions are being asked constantly on this forum, I haven't run into a thread that fita nicely to my problem. I wish to run Franklin Planner under Linux. This is organizer application, and the version i have is pretty old, dating back from 1997 I guess. I have it installed on my win98 partition.When I browse there and try to run it, I get the following errors (DLL obviously).
Now how do I get over these? Should I add an entry in the wine conf file for these? If you look closely, some of them are located in the native folder. Do I still have to copy the dlls to the wine system folder? Or can I add them from their current place? I would be really pleased if somebody could help me.
$ wine planner.exe
err:module:import_dll Module (file) MFC42.DLL (which is needed by Z:\mnt\Program Files\Franklin Covey\Planner\axproc32.dll) not found
err:win32:PE_LoadLibraryExA can't load Z:\mnt\Program Files\Franklin Covey\Planner\axproc32.dll
err:module:import_dll Loading module (file) AXPROC32.dll (which is needed by Z:\mnt\Program Files\Franklin Covey\Planner\FCIMMods.dll) failed (error -1073741801).
err:win32:PE_LoadLibraryExA can't load Z:\mnt\Program Files\Franklin Covey\Planner\FCIMMods.dll
err:module:import_dll Loading module (file) FCIMMods.dll (which is needed by Z:\mnt\Program Files\Franklin Covey\Planner\planner.exe) failed (error -1073741801).