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Old 12-18-2009, 04:06 PM   #1
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Wine git tree Build Script

hi all,

i have modified Robby Workman's wine build stript for building wine-git tree. now with version 2 ...

for downloading the script, use this link.

how to use the script:

first check the script for configure to see if it's okay for your machine. if it's not, modify as you fit.

go root by using su -

run the script by ./wine.SlackBuild PATHtoWINEtree
(for example ./wine.SlackBuild /home/ozan/wine-git)

script will not run if it is used without an argument. there's no sanity check for argument. it will try to use whatever you gave to it. script will save the ownerships and at the end, it will return it to original state (by recording VERSION files ownerships, and using that information to re chown later). now it will fix the problems related to relative path (it should fix it).

use it at your own risk.

Last edited by ozanbaba; 12-25-2009 at 07:13 AM. Reason: update to version 2


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