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I've installed quickcad (autodesk) for windows 98. When installing via wine setup.exe the
software installs and a dialog box asks me if I want to run quickcad. Quickcad starts and runs
without a hitch yet trying to run quickcad via wine quickcad.exe I get several err:module:import_dll... errors
err:module:import_dll No implementation for Sx2.dll.CAD_DlgToolbars imported from L"C:\\Program Files\\QuickCAD\\QuickCad.exe", setting to 0xdeadbeef
The Sx2.dll file is located in C:\\Program Files\\QuickCAD or (/.wine/fake_windows/Program Files/QuickCAD)
I changed the wine config file to "Sx2" = "native" to see if that would work, no luck.
; My changes for quickcad based on Frank's Corner and Autocad R14
"commctrl" = "native"
"comdlg32" = "native"
"comctl32" = "native"
"shell" = "native"
"shell32" = "native"
; My changes based on the err:module:import_dll errors
"Sx2" = "native"
"acge15.dll" = "native"
"fct42.dll" = "native"
Any ideas on the problem?
I do have the win98 and the winxp cd's so I can grab more native dll's
It's a program I use frequently and the biggest bump from running my system completely under SUSE Linux 9.1 Pro. Currently running Win XP - SUSE 9.1 dual boot.
(I suppose I could install quickcad everytime I want to run it but that seems a bit extreme.)
Linux: You can look under the hood, take the keys and lock the doors.
Windows : The hoods welded, the keys are in the ignition, and no door locks.