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Ok I intalled wine by using ./configure make depend make and then make install. I looked like it worked fine but Everytime I try to do anything with wine it tells me "Segmentation Fault" and thats all it says. Im running Red Hat 9
and you could also look into downloading winetools for setting up your fake windows drive...click in my sig for the frankscorner link and you'll find it on that site....but make sure you get the rpm that mhearn said that is built for redhat 9 which is on sourceforge.net
you still get a segmentation fault after installing the rpm? copy and paste the command you typed and the error message...and are you positive that you have your fake win drive set properly, or are you sure that you have your config file pointing to your win partition if thats what your using....go find the perl script called winecheck and run it and post your results...
I reinstalled wine and now im getting the segmentation fault agian. I could only uninstall it through "make uninstall" in the source. I tried rpm -e wine, but It said I didnt have all of the dependences. How can this be?