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Old 06-14-2007, 03:40 PM   #1
Joey Cagle
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issue running WINE


Nathan,

I'm having a problem with the current wine package.

Quote:
sh-3.00# winecfg
wine: glibc >= 2.3 without NPTL or TLS is not a supported combination.
It will most likely crash. Please upgrade to a glibc with NPTL support.
wine: Unhandled page fault on write access to 0x003ffd80 at address 0x60db2099 ( thread 0009), starting debugger...
wine: glibc >= 2.3 without NPTL or TLS is not a supported combination.
It will most likely crash. Please upgrade to a glibc with NPTL support.
wine: Unhandled page fault on write access to 0x003ffd80 at address 0x7e915099 ( thread 000b), starting debugger...
wine: glibc >= 2.3 without NPTL or TLS is not a supported combination.
It will most likely crash. Please upgrade to a glibc with NPTL support.
wine: glibc >= 2.3 without NPTL or TLS is not a supported combination.
It will most likely crash. Please upgrade to a glibc with NPTL support.
wine: Unhandled page fault on write access to 0x003ffd80 at address 0x7e918099 ( thread 000d), starting debugger...
wine: glibc >= 2.3 without NPTL or TLS is not a supported combination.
It will most likely crash. Please upgrade to a glibc with NPTL support.
Unhandled exception: page fault on write access to 0x003ffd80 in 32-bit code (0x 7e918099).
Register dump:
CS:0073 SS:007b DS:007b ES:007b FS:0033 GS:0000
EIP:7e918099 ESP:0034e788 EBP:0034ead0 EFLAGS:00010292( - 00 -RISA1)
EAX:0034ebf0 EBX:7e91fff4 ECX:b7f92ff4 EDX:00000000
ESI:003ffd80 EDI:b7f93020
Stack dump:
0x0034e788: b7f882d0 0034eb20 0034eb1c 00000092
0x0034e798: 7e9201b0 7e9201b4 0034ea28 0000001f
0x0034e7a8: 57203123 41206465 32207270 30322035
0x0034e7b8: 3a36323a 50203732 32205055 00373030
0x0034e7c8: b7f88306 00000001 b7dbedd1 00000000
0x0034e7d8: b7e6b9c0 00000078 b7e6b9c0 b7e6bdc0
Backtrace:
=>1 0x7e918099 in libpthread.so.0 (+0x8099) (0x0034ead0)
2 0x7e91eb75 in libpthread.so.0 (+0xeb75) (0x0034eae0)
3 0x7e913ae6 in libpthread.so.0 (+0x3ae6) (0x0034eae8)
4 0xb7f89677 in ld-linux.so.2 (+0x9677) (0x0034eb18)
5 0xb7f897c7 in ld-linux.so.2 (+0x97c7) (0x0034eb58)
Unhandled exception: page fault on write access to 0x003ffd80 in 32-bit code (0x 60db2099).
Register dump:
CS:0073 SS:007b DS:007b ES:007b FS:0033 GS:0000
EIP:60db2099 ESP:0033e708 EBP:0033ea50 EFLAGS:00010212( - 00 - RIA1)
EAX:0033eb70 EBX:60db9ff4 ECX:60012ff4 EDX:00000000
ESI:003ffd80 EDI:60013020
Stack dump:
0x0033e708: 600082d0 0033eaa0 0033ea9c 00000092
0x0033e718: 60dba1b0 60dba1b4 0033e9a8 0000001f
0x0033e728: 57203123 41206465 32207270 30322035
0x0033e738: 3a36323a 50203732 32205055 00373030
0x0033e748: 60008306 00000001 60182dd1 00000000
0x0033e758: 6022f9c0 00000078 6022f9c0 6022fdc0
Backtrace:
=>1 0x60db2099 in libpthread.so.0 (+0x8099) (0x0033ea50)
2 0x60db8b75 in libpthread.so.0 (+0xeb75) (0x0033ea60)
3 0x60dadae6 in libpthread.so.0 (+0x3ae6) (0x0033ea68)
4 0x60009677 in ld-linux.so.2 (+0x9677) (0x0033ea98)
5 0x600097c7 in ld-linux.so.2 (+0x97c7) (0x0033ead8)
6 0xb7e40f2b in libc.so.6 (+0xdef2b) (0x0034ebc8)
7 0xb7f894d6 in ld-linux.so.2 (+0x94d6) (0x0034ecb8)
8 0xb7e41391 _dl_open+0xb1() in libc.so.6 (0x0034ed28)
9 0xb7d5ecf6 GLIBC_2+0xcf6() in libdl.so.2 (0x0034ed58)
10 0xb7f894d6 in ld-linux.so.2 (+0x94d6) (0x0034ee48)
11 0xb7d5f2b4 in libdl.so.2 (+0x12b4) (0x0034ee88)
12 0xb7d5ed4d GLIBC_2+0xd4d() in libdl.so.2 (0x0034eea8)
13 0xb7e740cf wine_dlopen+0x2f() in libwine.so.1 (0x0034eed8)
14 0x7eb4009f in winex11 (+0x3009f) (0x0034ef58)
15 0x7eb42d96 X11DRV_setup_opengl_visual+0x36() in winex11 (0x0034eff8)
16 0x7eb51d2d in winex11 (+0x41d2d) (0x0034f1f8)
17 0x7eb60f1c in winex11 (+0x50f1c) (0x0034f228)
18 0x7efa5f45 call_dll_entry_point+0x15() in ntdll (0x0034f248)
19 0x7efa77fb in ntdll (+0x277fb) (0x0034f2d8)
20 0x7efa7a32 in ntdll (+0x27a32) (0x0034f308)
21 0x7efaa0e0 LdrLoadDll+0x60() in ntdll (0x0034f328)
22 0x7ee88cbf in kernel32 (+0x48cbf) (0x0034f588)
23 0x7ee88e5f LoadLibraryExW+0x4f() in kernel32 (0x0034f5a8)
24 0x7ee88f56 LoadLibraryExA+0x36() in kernel32 (0x0034f5c8)
25 0x7ee88f90 LoadLibraryA+0x20() in kernel32 (0x0034f5e8)
26 0x7ec5c36b DRIVER_load_driver+0x1db() in gdi32 (0x0034f768)
27 0x7ec564ef CreateDCW+0x5f() in gdi32 (0x0034fa08)
28 0x7ecf91c2 CreateIconFromResourceEx+0x412() in user32 (0x0034faa8)
29 0x7ecf9860 in user32 (+0x29860) (0x0034fb08)
30 0x7ecfbd08 LoadImageW+0x3c8() in user32 (0x0034fba8)
31 0x7ecfc2f7 LoadImageA+0x157() in user32 (0x0034fca8)
32 0x7ecfc3ab LoadCursorA+0x2b() in user32 (0x0034fcd8)
33 0x7ecf18d0 in user32 (+0x218d0) (0x0034fd08)
34 0x7ecf191c CLASS_RegisterBuiltinClasses+0x1c() in user32 (0x0034fd18)
35 0x7ed5a141 in user32 (+0x8a141) (0x0034fd98)
36 0x7ed6c5cc in user32 (+0x9c5cc) (0x0034fdc8)
37 0x7efa5f45 call_dll_entry_point+0x15() in ntdll (0x0034fde8)
38 0x7efa77fb in ntdll (+0x277fb) (0x0034fe78)
39 0x7efa7a32 in ntdll (+0x27a32) (0x0034fea8)
40 0x7efa7ab8 in ntdll (+0x27ab8) (0x0034fec8)
41 0x7efaa3a6 LdrInitializeThunk+0x236() in ntdll (0x0034ff08)
42 0x7ee94b8f in kernel32 (+0x54b8f) (0x0034ffe8)
43 0xb7e75477 wine_switch_to_stack+0x17() in libwine.so.1 (0x00000000)
0x7e918099: movl %eax,0x0(%esi)
Modules:
Module Address Debug info Name (37 modules)
ELF 7bf00000-7bf07000 Deferred <wine-loader>
ELF 7e8d6000-7e8db000 Deferred libxfixes.so.3
ELF 7e8db000-7e8e4000 Deferred libxcursor.so
ELF 7e8e4000-7e8ed000 Deferred libxrender.so.1
ELF 7e8ed000-7e909000 Deferred imm32<elf>
\-PE 7e8f0000-7e909000 \ imm32
ELF 7e909000-7e910000 Deferred libdrm.so.2
ELF 7e910000-7e963000 Export libpthread.so.0
ELF 7e963000-7e9ce000 Deferred libgl.so.1
ELF 7e9ce000-7e9d3000 Deferred libxdmcp.so.6
ELF 7e9d3000-7e9d6000 Deferred libxau.so.6
ELF 7e9d6000-7eac4000 Deferred libx11.so.6
ELF 7eac4000-7ead2000 Deferred libxext.so.6
ELF 7ead2000-7ead7000 Deferred libxxf86vm.so.1
ELF 7ead7000-7eaef000 Deferred libice.so.6
ELF 7eaef000-7eaf7000 Deferred libsm.so.6
ELF 7eaf7000-7eb7d000 Export winex11<elf>
\-PE 7eb10000-7eb7d000 \ winex11
ELF 7eb7d000-7ebe7000 Deferred libfreetype.so.6
ELF 7ebe7000-7ec28000 Deferred advapi32<elf>
\-PE 7ebf0000-7ec28000 \ advapi32
ELF 7ec28000-7ecb4000 Export gdi32<elf>
\-PE 7ec40000-7ecb4000 \ gdi32
ELF 7ecb4000-7eddd000 Export user32<elf>
\-PE 7ecd0000-7eddd000 \ user32
ELF 7eddd000-7edf3000 Deferred explorer<elf>
\-PE 7ede0000-7edf3000 \ explorer
ELF 7edf3000-7edfd000 Deferred libnss_files.so.2
ELF 7ee2b000-7ef4a000 Export kernel32<elf>
\-PE 7ee40000-7ef4a000 \ kernel32
ELF 7ef4a000-7ef6f000 Deferred libm.so.6
ELF 7ef6f000-7f000000 Export ntdll<elf>
\-PE 7ef80000-7f000000 \ ntdll
ELF b7d5e000-b7d62000 Export libdl.so.2
ELF b7d62000-b7e6e000 Export libc.so.6
ELF b7e6e000-b7f7f000 Export libwine.so.1
ELF b7f80000-b7f94000 Export ld-linux.so.2
Threads:
process tid prio (all id:s are in hex)
0000000e
0000000f 0
0000000c (D) c:\windows\system32\explorer.exe
0000000d 0 <==
0000000a
0000000b 0
00000008
00000009 0
wine: glibc >= 2.3 without NPTL or TLS is not a supported combination.
It will most likely crash. Please upgrade to a glibc with NPTL support.
6 0x60204f2b in libc.so.6 (+0xdef2b) (0x0033eb48)
7 0x600094d6 in ld-linux.so.2 (+0x94d6) (0x0033ec38)
8 0x60205391 _dl_open+0xb1() in libc.so.6 (0x0033eca8)
9 0x60232cf6 GLIBC_2+0xcf6() in libdl.so.2 (0x0033ecd8)
10 0x600094d6 in ld-linux.so.2 (+0x94d6) (0x0033edc8)
11 0x602332b4 in libdl.so.2 (+0x12b4) (0x0033ee08)
12 0x60232d4d GLIBC_2+0xd4d() in libdl.so.2 (0x0033ee28)
13 0x6001b0cf wine_dlopen+0x2f() in libwine.so.1 (0x0033ee58)
14 0x60bd909f in winex11 (+0x3909f) (0x0033eed8)
15 0x60bdbd96 X11DRV_setup_opengl_visual+0x36() in winex11 (0x0033ef78)
16 0x60bead2d in winex11 (+0x4ad2d) (0x0033f178)
17 0x60bf9f1c in winex11 (+0x59f1c) (0x0033f1a8)
18 0x6026cf45 call_dll_entry_point+0x15() in ntdll (0x0033f1c8)
19 0x6026e7fb in ntdll (+0x1e7fb) (0x0033f258)
20 0x6026ea32 in ntdll (+0x1ea32) (0x0033f288)
21 0x602710e0 LdrLoadDll+0x60() in ntdll (0x0033f2a8)
22 0x60353cbf in kernel32 (+0x43cbf) (0x0033f508)
23 0x60353e5f LoadLibraryExW+0x4f() in kernel32 (0x0033f528)
24 0x60353f56 LoadLibraryExA+0x36() in kernel32 (0x0033f548)
25 0x60353f90 LoadLibraryA+0x20() in kernel32 (0x0033f568)
26 0x608b136b DRIVER_load_driver+0x1db() in gdi32 (0x0033f6e8)
27 0x608ab4ef CreateDCW+0x5f() in gdi32 (0x0033f988)
28 0x607991c2 CreateIconFromResourceEx+0x412() in user32 (0x0033fa28)
29 0x60799860 in user32 (+0x29860) (0x0033fa88)
30 0x6079bd08 LoadImageW+0x3c8() in user32 (0x0033fb28)
31 0x6079c2f7 LoadImageA+0x157() in user32 (0x0033fc28)
32 0x6079c3ab LoadCursorA+0x2b() in user32 (0x0033fc58)
33 0x607918d0 in user32 (+0x218d0) (0x0033fc88)
34 0x6079191c CLASS_RegisterBuiltinClasses+0x1c() in user32 (0x0033fc98)
35 0x607fa141 in user32 (+0x8a141) (0x0033fd18)
36 0x6080c5cc in user32 (+0x9c5cc) (0x0033fd48)
37 0x6026cf45 call_dll_entry_point+0x15() in ntdll (0x0033fd68)
38 0x6026e7fb in ntdll (+0x1e7fb) (0x0033fdf8)
39 0x6026ea32 in ntdll (+0x1ea32) (0x0033fe28)
40 0x6026eab8 in ntdll (+0x1eab8) (0x0033fe48)
41 0x6026eab8 in ntdll (+0x1eab8) (0x0033fe68)
42 0x6026eab8 in ntdll (+0x1eab8) (0x0033fe88)
43 0x6026eab8 in ntdll (+0x1eab8) (0x0033fea8)
44 0x6026eab8 in ntdll (+0x1eab8) (0x0033fec8)
45 0x602713a6 LdrInitializeThunk+0x236() in ntdll (0x0033ff08)
46 0x6035fb8f in kernel32 (+0x4fb8f) (0x0033ffe8)
47 0x6001c477 wine_switch_to_stack+0x17() in libwine.so.1 (0x00000000)
0x60db2099: movl %eax,0x0(%esi)
Modules:
Module Address Debug info Name (58 modules)
ELF 60000000-60014000 Export ld-linux.so.2
ELF 60015000-60126000 Export libwine.so.1
ELF 60126000-60232000 Export libc.so.6
ELF 60232000-60236000 Export libdl.so.2
ELF 60236000-602c7000 Export ntdll<elf>
\-PE 60250000-602c7000 \ ntdll
ELF 602c7000-602ec000 Deferred libm.so.6
ELF 602ec000-602f6000 Deferred libnss_files.so.2
ELF 602f6000-60415000 Export kernel32<elf>
\-PE 60310000-60415000 \ kernel32
ELF 60451000-604a8000 Deferred winecfg<elf>
\-PE 60460000-604a8000 \ winecfg
ELF 604a8000-60543000 Deferred comdlg32<elf>
\-PE 604b0000-60543000 \ comdlg32
ELF 60543000-6062f000 Deferred shell32<elf>
\-PE 60550000-6062f000 \ shell32
ELF 6062f000-60683000 Deferred shlwapi<elf>
\-PE 60640000-60683000 \ shlwapi
ELF 60683000-60713000 Deferred ole32<elf>
\-PE 60690000-60713000 \ ole32
ELF 60713000-60754000 Deferred advapi32<elf>
\-PE 60720000-60754000 \ advapi32
ELF 60754000-6087d000 Export user32<elf>
\-PE 60770000-6087d000 \ user32
ELF 6087d000-60909000 Export gdi32<elf>
\-PE 60890000-60909000 \ gdi32
ELF 60909000-6095b000 Deferred rpcrt4<elf>
\-PE 60920000-6095b000 \ rpcrt4
ELF 6095b000-60979000 Deferred iphlpapi<elf>
\-PE 60960000-60979000 \ iphlpapi
ELF 60979000-6098b000 Deferred libresolv.so.2
ELF 6098b000-60a3c000 Deferred comctl32<elf>
\-PE 60990000-60a3c000 \ comctl32
ELF 60a3c000-60a6b000 Deferred winspool<elf>
\-PE 60a40000-60a6b000 \ winspool
ELF 60a6b000-60af5000 Deferred winmm<elf>
\-PE 60a80000-60af5000 \ winmm
ELF 60af5000-60b26000 Deferred uxtheme<elf>
\-PE 60b00000-60b26000 \ uxtheme
ELF 60b26000-60b90000 Deferred libfreetype.so.6
ELF 60b90000-60c16000 Export winex11<elf>
\-PE 60ba0000-60c16000 \ winex11
ELF 60c16000-60c1e000 Deferred libsm.so.6
ELF 60c1e000-60c36000 Deferred libice.so.6
ELF 60c36000-60c3b000 Deferred libxxf86vm.so.1
ELF 60c3b000-60c49000 Deferred libxext.so.6
ELF 60c49000-60d37000 Deferred libx11.so.6
ELF 60d37000-60d3a000 Deferred libxau.so.6
ELF 60d3a000-60d3f000 Deferred libxdmcp.so.6
ELF 60d3f000-60daa000 Deferred libgl.so.1
ELF 60daa000-60dfd000 Export libpthread.so.0
ELF 60dfd000-60e04000 Deferred libdrm.so.2
ELF 60e04000-60e20000 Deferred imm32<elf>
\-PE 60e10000-60e20000 \ imm32
ELF 60e20000-60e29000 Deferred libxrender.so.1
ELF 60e29000-60e32000 Deferred libxcursor.so
ELF 60e32000-60e37000 Deferred libxfixes.so.3
ELF 7bf00000-7bf07000 Deferred <wine-loader>
Threads:
process tid prio (all id:s are in hex)
00000012
00000013 0
0000000a
0000000b 0
00000008 (D) c:\windows\system32\winecfg.exe
00000009 0 <==
sh-3.00# Unhandled exception: page fault on write access to 0x003ffd80 in 32-bit code (0x7e915099).
Register dump:
CS:0073 SS:007b DS:007b ES:007b FS:0033 GS:0000
EIP:7e915099 ESP:0034e788 EBP:0034ead0 EFLAGS:00010292( - 00 -RISA1)
EAX:0034ebf0 EBX:7e91cff4 ECX:b7ff0ff4 EDX:00000000
ESI:003ffd80 EDI:b7ff1020
Stack dump:
0x0034e788: b7fe62d0 0034eb20 0034eb1c 00000092
0x0034e798: 7e91d1b0 7e91d1b4 0034ea28 0000001f
0x0034e7a8: 57203123 41206465 32207270 30322035
0x0034e7b8: 3a36323a 50203732 32205055 00373030
0x0034e7c8: b7fe6306 00000001 b7e1cdd1 00000000
0x0034e7d8: b7ec99c0 00000078 b7ec99c0 b7ec9dc0
Backtrace:
=>1 0x7e915099 in libpthread.so.0 (+0x8099) (0x0034ead0)
2 0x7e91bb75 in libpthread.so.0 (+0xeb75) (0x0034eae0)
3 0x7e910ae6 in libpthread.so.0 (+0x3ae6) (0x0034eae8)
4 0xb7fe7677 in ld-linux.so.2 (+0x9677) (0x0034eb18)
5 0xb7fe77c7 in ld-linux.so.2 (+0x97c7) (0x0034eb58)
sh-3.00# 6 0xb7e9ef2b in libc.so.6 (+0xdef2b) (0x0034ebc8)
7 0xb7fe74d6 in ld-linux.so.2 (+0x94d6) (0x0034ecb8)
8 0xb7e9f391 _dl_open+0xb1() in libc.so.6 (0x0034ed28)
9 0xb7dbccf6 GLIBC_2+0xcf6() in libdl.so.2 (0x0034ed58)
10 0xb7fe74d6 in ld-linux.so.2 (+0x94d6) (0x0034ee48)
11 0xb7dbd2b4 in libdl.so.2 (+0x12b4) (0x0034ee88)
12 0xb7dbcd4d GLIBC_2+0xd4d() in libdl.so.2 (0x0034eea8)
13 0xb7ed20cf wine_dlopen+0x2f() in libwine.so.1 (0x0034eed8)
14 0x7eb3a09f in winex11 (+0x3a09f) (0x0034ef58)
15 0x7eb3cd96 X11DRV_setup_opengl_visual+0x36() in winex11 (0x0034eff8)
16 0x7eb4bd2d in winex11 (+0x4bd2d) (0x0034f1f8)
17 0x7eb5af1c in winex11 (+0x5af1c) (0x0034f228)
18 0x7efa5f45 call_dll_entry_point+0x15() in ntdll (0x0034f248)
19 0x7efa77fb in ntdll (+0x277fb) (0x0034f2d8)
20 0x7efa7a32 in ntdll (+0x27a32) (0x0034f308)
21 0x7efaa0e0 LdrLoadDll+0x60() in ntdll (0x0034f328)
22 0x7ee88cbf in kernel32 (+0x48cbf) (0x0034f588)
23 0x7ee88e5f LoadLibraryExW+0x4f() in kernel32 (0x0034f5a8)
24 0x7ee88f56 LoadLibraryExA+0x36() in kernel32 (0x0034f5c8)
25 0x7ee88f90 LoadLibraryA+0x20() in kernel32 (0x0034f5e8)
26 0x7ec5636b DRIVER_load_driver+0x1db() in gdi32 (0x0034f768)
27 0x7ec504ef CreateDCW+0x5f() in gdi32 (0x0034fa08)
28 0x7ecf31c2 CreateIconFromResourceEx+0x412() in user32 (0x0034faa8)
29 0x7ecf3860 in user32 (+0x23860) (0x0034fb08)
30 0x7ecf5d08 LoadImageW+0x3c8() in user32 (0x0034fba8)
31 0x7ecf62f7 LoadImageA+0x157() in user32 (0x0034fca8)
32 0x7ecf63ab LoadCursorA+0x2b() in user32 (0x0034fcd8)
33 0x7eceb8d0 in user32 (+0x1b8d0) (0x0034fd08)
34 0x7eceb91c CLASS_RegisterBuiltinClasses+0x1c() in user32 (0x0034fd18)
35 0x7ed54141 in user32 (+0x84141) (0x0034fd98)
36 0x7ed665cc in user32 (+0x965cc) (0x0034fdc8)
37 0x7efa5f45 call_dll_entry_point+0x15() in ntdll (0x0034fde8)
38 0x7efa77fb in ntdll (+0x277fb) (0x0034fe78)
39 0x7efa7a32 in ntdll (+0x27a32) (0x0034fea8)
40 0x7efa7ab8 in ntdll (+0x27ab8) (0x0034fec8)
41 0x7efaa3a6 LdrInitializeThunk+0x236() in ntdll (0x0034ff08)
42 0x7ee94b8f in kernel32 (+0x54b8f) (0x0034ffe8)
43 0xb7ed3477 wine_switch_to_stack+0x17() in libwine.so.1 (0x00000000)
0x7e915099: movl %eax,0x0(%esi)
Modules:
Module Address Debug info Name (37 modules)
ELF 7bf00000-7bf07000 Deferred <wine-loader>
ELF 7e8d3000-7e8d8000 Deferred libxfixes.so.3
ELF 7e8d8000-7e8e1000 Deferred libxcursor.so
ELF 7e8e1000-7e8ea000 Deferred libxrender.so.1
ELF 7e8ea000-7e906000 Deferred imm32<elf>
\-PE 7e8f0000-7e906000 \ imm32
ELF 7e906000-7e90d000 Deferred libdrm.so.2
ELF 7e90d000-7e960000 Export libpthread.so.0
ELF 7e960000-7e9cb000 Deferred libgl.so.1
ELF 7e9cb000-7e9d0000 Deferred libxdmcp.so.6
ELF 7e9d0000-7eabe000 Deferred libx11.so.6
ELF 7eabe000-7eacc000 Deferred libxext.so.6
ELF 7eacc000-7ead1000 Deferred libxxf86vm.so.1
ELF 7ead1000-7eae9000 Deferred libice.so.6
ELF 7eae9000-7eaf1000 Deferred libsm.so.6
ELF 7eaf1000-7eb77000 Export winex11<elf>
\-PE 7eb00000-7eb77000 \ winex11
ELF 7eb77000-7ebe1000 Deferred libfreetype.so.6
ELF 7ebe1000-7ec22000 Deferred advapi32<elf>
\-PE 7ebf0000-7ec22000 \ advapi32
ELF 7ec22000-7ecae000 Export gdi32<elf>
\-PE 7ec30000-7ecae000 \ gdi32
ELF 7ecae000-7edd7000 Export user32<elf>
\-PE 7ecd0000-7edd7000 \ user32
ELF 7edd7000-7eded000 Deferred explorer<elf>
\-PE 7ede0000-7eded000 \ explorer
ELF 7eded000-7edf7000 Deferred libnss_files.so.2
ELF 7ee2b000-7ef4a000 Export kernel32<elf>
\-PE 7ee40000-7ef4a000 \ kernel32
ELF 7ef4a000-7ef6f000 Deferred libm.so.6
ELF 7ef6f000-7f000000 Export ntdll<elf>
\-PE 7ef80000-7f000000 \ ntdll
ELF b7db1000-b7db4000 Deferred libxau.so.6
ELF b7dbc000-b7dc0000 Export libdl.so.2
ELF b7dc0000-b7ecc000 Export libc.so.6
ELF b7ecc000-b7fdd000 Export libwine.so.1
ELF b7fde000-b7ff2000 Export ld-linux.so.2
Threads:
process tid prio (all id:s are in hex)
0000000a (D) c:\windows\system32\explorer.exe
0000000b 0 <==
Any clue what's going on here?
 
Old 06-14-2007, 05:09 PM   #2
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As it states in the error, upgrade your glibc.
 
Old 06-14-2007, 05:38 PM   #3
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As it states in the error, upgrade your glibc.
And it tells you this in first few lines......

PLEASE....Do not post long things like this. No one is going to read it all, and it wastes bandwidth. It also tends to discourage people from helping you.

And who's Nathan???
 
Old 06-14-2007, 05:40 PM   #4
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Nathan is the guy who put together the Grafpup distro as well as this wine pupget package...

This was never a problem ont he old Grafpup board...ugh...

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Old 06-14-2007, 06:38 PM   #5
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You know, I think I'll go back to the main Puppy Linux board (not the forum here on LinuxQuestions.org), people are much more friendly and helpful there.

That's a problem with much of the Linux community, they're not always helpful and friendly to those who need help. The Puppy Linux community is always willing to help, even if it is what you might consider a stupid question or obvious, and they don't complain about anyone wasting their bandwidth either.

At least Nathan F is helpful, and I kind of wish he was able to keep the old Grafpup board going. But hey, he goes to the Puppy Linux board too.

So, I'm out of here.
 
Old 06-15-2007, 06:41 PM   #6
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Well, I for one wish you best luck on the grafpup forums, allthough I doubt their answer would've been other then mine.

Anyway, Best of luck to you!
 
Old 06-16-2007, 06:06 PM   #7
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Well, I for one wish you best luck on the grafpup forums, allthough I doubt their answer would've been other then mine.

Anyway, Best of luck to you!
Hi there. I w3asn't upset with your answer. I tried the latest glibc package from the Puppy repository (couldn't find it on Grafpup) and it still didn't work. I'll see if there is a newer one though available.

I was more upset with pixellany's response, more than anything. The reason I posted all that text is because that's what I've always been asked to do on other boards where I'm being given technical help on. For all I knew, there could have been something else other than in those first few lines of text that may have been a problem. It helps gives those who are helping a better idea of what's going on. If I wanted to waste bandwidth, I'd post a movie or something, except I'm on dial-up, so no one would have to worry about that.

I know a lot about Linux compared to some. Yet I am still learning, and I don't claim to be an expert. Puntjuh, you weren't mean about it, you just simply stated your answer, and didn't complain. It was mainly pixellany that was the problem.
 
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If you can find yourself a .tar.gz package of glibc, I'd suggest building it from the source, and configure it like this:
Code:
    /path/to/glibc/configure --prefix=/usr --enable-add-ons=ntpl \
       --enable-kernel=current --with-tls
This will enable TLS & NPTL support.

**EDIT** Look no further, here's the download link for glibc 2.6! ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/glibc/glibc-2.6.tar.gz
You might need this one as well: ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/glibc/glibc-li...ds-2.5.tar.bz2
**EDIT**

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Old 06-16-2007, 06:44 PM   #9
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If you can find yourself a .tar.gz package of glibc, I'd suggest building it from the source, and configure it like this:
Code:
    /path/to/glibc/configure --prefix=/usr --enable-add-ons=ntpl \
       --enable-kernel=current --with-tls
This will enable TLS & NPTL support.

**EDIT** Look no further, here's the download link for glibc 2.6! ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/glibc/glibc-2.6.tar.gz
You might need this one as well: ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/glibc/glibc-li...ds-2.5.tar.bz2
**EDIT**
Alright, thanks. :-)

I guess I'll have to download the development squashfile (so that I can compile it) though, which won't work on a hard drive install Well, I can still mount the squash file and get everything I need.
 
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I guess my only real question is for Nathan F...so when he comes around...

Why is there a version of WINE in the Grafpup repository that requires glibc with TLS and NTPL support, yet the glibc libraries that are with Grafpup aren't working with WINE? Is it just an oversight? And nothing in the Grafpup pupget repository to download that WINE requires? Am I the first one running into this problem in Grafpup? (Please only respond to this if you're Nathan F, otherwise, please don't).
 
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I decided before I go through all that...

to try a WINE package from dotpups.de. It works. So perhaps something is wrong with the WINE package on the Grafpup repository?
 
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I noticed running winecfg from the terminal, I still get those glibc errors, but WINE is at least running now. That's all I'm really concerned about. But for Nathan - you might want to check out the WINE package on the Grafpup repository. It just won't run. Funny thing is, I think I got it running in Grafpup 2 beta if I remember correctly.
 
Old 06-16-2007, 10:29 PM   #13
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Joey -

First off my apologies for not seeing the thread earlier. We're down in the Rio Grande valley at a family gathering, about 100 of my wife's family.

but let's get right down to brass tacks here, because frankly the advice you've been given has so far been really terrible. The GnuC library, or glibc, is the foundation library used by just about every binary and shared lib on your system. Recompiling it, or worse upgrading it arbitrarily, can very easily break any number of programs. You do NOT recompile glibc unless you intend to rebuild the whole system. And, I might add, the rest of the entire distro seems to be perfectly happy with glibc in Grafpup.

The version of glibc in Grafpup is identical to the Puppy package in every way. All of the programs in Grafpup were compiled against it, including the Wine package you installed. I'm surprised at the error messages, because when I compiled Wine I ran winecfg and then immediately installed Photoshop and NeatImage, all without any problems. I suppose I could have screwed something up in the packaging phase, though.

But those particular messages bother me. They amount basically to nagware on the part of the Wine developers, similar to the annoying anti-linux messages from cdrecord. I have a very simple solution in mind if it turns out recent Wine versions are going to cause grief, we'll revert back to a known functional version of wine. I've done just that in the past when Wine turned out to be flaky.

In the meantime I would recommend ignoring the trolls and their insinuation that nobody here knows what they are doing. And to those who told someone here to upgrade glibc, please refrain from telling people to do things that are both unneccessary and might very well break things. That is in my opinion reckless behavior.

Nathan
 
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Joey -

First off my apologies for not seeing the thread earlier. We're down in the Rio Grande valley at a family gathering, about 100 of my wife's family.

but let's get right down to brass tacks here, because frankly the advice you've been given has so far been really terrible. The GnuC library, or glibc, is the foundation library used by just about every binary and shared lib on your system. Recompiling it, or worse upgrading it arbitrarily, can very easily break any number of programs. You do NOT recompile glibc unless you intend to rebuild the whole system. And, I might add, the rest of the entire distro seems to be perfectly happy with glibc in Grafpup.

The version of glibc in Grafpup is identical to the Puppy package in every way. All of the programs in Grafpup were compiled against it, including the Wine package you installed. I'm surprised at the error messages, because when I compiled Wine I ran winecfg and then immediately installed Photoshop and NeatImage, all without any problems. I suppose I could have screwed something up in the packaging phase, though.

But those particular messages bother me. They amount basically to nagware on the part of the Wine developers, similar to the annoying anti-linux messages from cdrecord. I have a very simple solution in mind if it turns out recent Wine versions are going to cause grief, we'll revert back to a known functional version of wine. I've done just that in the past when Wine turned out to be flaky.

In the meantime I would recommend ignoring the trolls and their insinuation that nobody here knows what they are doing. And to those who told someone here to upgrade glibc, please refrain from telling people to do things that are both unneccessary and might very well break things. That is in my opinion reckless behavior.

Nathan
Thanks, Nathan, you've always been very helpful. And hey, family comes before Grafpup Linux, in my opinion, so I completely understand. Enjoy the time with your family.

The dotpup works at least.
 
Old 06-18-2007, 07:51 PM   #15
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In the meantime I would recommend ignoring the trolls and their insinuation that nobody here knows what they are doing. And to those who told someone here to upgrade glibc, please refrain from telling people to do things that are both unneccessary and might very well break things. That is in my opinion reckless behavior.

Nathan
Nathan,

that's what I feared when I learned that you moved the forum to this place.,,,,,, I fully understanbd that it makes your life easier as you don't have to maintain the forum software and it also makes Gafpup better known.
However, I always encountered that in those more public places you will have a lot more people which post no matter how little they know just to have their name seen in a posting.

Fortunately I had ZERO problems with V2.0 so far.......

Juergen
 
  


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