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Old 02-18-2005, 12:11 PM   #1
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wine installation

I'm running RedHat 9 and I am trying to install wine by following the instruction manual I download from winehq (bottom of page 12).

My first problem is that I am not exactly sure which version of wine to download -- four versions are listed under RedHat 9. I think the versions are listed by CPU processor, so I downloaded the version i686 since I have a Pentium4 processor. I also downloaded the i386 versions. I get the same problem on both downloads.

I click on the rmp and get the message:
Unlocateable package:

So, I try the manual method from terminal. That gives me more unlocateable files:

I have no idea what these files are, where I would get them, or what to do with them once I am them.

What do I do now?

Thanks for your help.
Old 02-18-2005, 04:53 PM   #2
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The libglut is for OpenGL support.

You can find RPM at and

RPM files can get you into trouble because some RPM files depends on several dozen files.


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