So, here's what I've done up until now, i extracted the source to /root/wine64 folder. Next, typed in ./configure --enable-win64 and got lots of "checking.." outputs some say yes others no. Then one warning, it said: "configure: WARNING: prelink not found, base address of core dlls won't be set correctly." What's that mean? I'm not sure if i should go ahead and do make. Will i be able to uninstall Wine from pkgtool, if make works and installs fine?
I've stumbled on this link: http://www.slackwiki.com/Writing_A_SlackBuild_Script
that will aid me whenever i get the time to make a Slackbuild script.
Means that "This requires an out-of-tree build.." and you should be downloading the source from git.
What does "out-of-tree build" even mean? What is git, and how does getting the source from there different than downloading it off winehq.org?
I haven't tackled that project *yet* but if I do I'll report back on what worked; or if you persevere, do post what you did exactly.
If time permits, i'll do what i can, but i'm not sure if this thread is the best place for it
PlayOnLinux has a very small 'supported software' list of mostly games, but i was not aware it can run multiple instances of wine. If that's the case it's supported software should match that of wine, right? On another note, when is MS gonna kill off silverlight, swear i only use it for Netflix anyways.