Just finished compiling Wine, getting "couldn't find program" error
Hi, everyone, I'm totally new to Linux so please bear with my stupid questions.
I'm running SuSE 9.0 with KDE and I downloaded the latest Wine source from winehq.com, and compiled it
by clicking on the "configure" file. The process went relatively smooth, all I needed to do was install a total of two additional packages to get the program to compile successfully. When I saw that an exacutable called "wine" (written in italics) was now showing up in my Wine directory, I was very pleased with myself, and clicked on it. Unfortuately, the exacutable won't work. When I click on it, I get a popup error titled "Sorry!" saying "couldn'f ind the program 'winewrapper'". When I try launching the executable using the console, I get the error "wine: could not locate Wine source tree".
I'm totally confused. I managed to download and run the latest Mozilla Firebird and Thunderbird
builds just fine, but they're about the only programs I managed to download and run in the two days I've been using SuSE. Download, click on the executable with the funny console-esque icon, and there you go. As far as compiling is concerned, I haven't been very successful, either.
Does anyone happen to know what I'm doing wrong? Thanks in advance.