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Old 10-26-2003, 05:36 AM   #1
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Exclamation location error


im pretty new in linux.....

ive installed Wine, but an old version. so i tried do deinstall it. it was not very successful.
I didn't find anything do deinstall software like in windows. I did it with YAST2 /Softwareinstallation....., but there i think i can only install/deinstall software which is linux standard (am i wrong?) so that is because i delete the related files do deinstall.

later i installed a newer version. *.rpm , the previous version was a tar.gz do install.

wenn i type in notepad in shell to test if wine works i get the following message:
/usr/local/bin/wine: relocation error: /usr/local/bin/wine: undefined symbol: Do svm

what does "Do svm" mean? I think there is a problem with linking files, so i have to "Do svm" (something like servermanager to link files). ???

May i talk a lot of sh.... but I'm pretty new...

thanx in advance


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