I have a fresh installation of 12.3 86_64 and installed wine-32bit via the software manager. It pulls in all the dependencies and exits automatically. When I try to run wine:
cccplex@flaptop:/tmp/PDFXVwer> wine PDFXVwer.exe
wine: could not exec wineserver
cccplex@flaptop:/tmp/PDFXVwer> which wineserver
which: no wineserver in (/home/cccplex/bin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/bin/X11:/usr/X11R6/bin:/usr/games)
Do I have to activate multilibrary? I can’t find anything about that. I tried a reinstall.
On 2013-04-11, cccplex <email@example.com> wrote:
> Ok, thanks. That made it install. Only problem is that the program I
> need crashes with multiarch wine. And that is what happens now. Isn’t
> there a way to install 32bit-wine-only on a x86_64 system?
You can install 32bit-wine-only on x86-64 but I don’t know how have both 32-bit and 64-bit wine running concurrently
under the same $HOME/.wine directory. Assuming you haven’t got any programs installed under wine that you need you can
sh-4.2$ rm -r ~/.wine
sh-4.2$ WINEARCH=win32 WINEPREFIX=~/.wine wine control
… and that will allow you to install and run 32-bit Windows applications (including MS Office).
Yes there is:
uninstall wine-32bit and install the i586 package for wine… (in Yast Softwaremanagement, select the package “wine”, click on the “Versions” tab and select “1.5.23-1.1.1-i586” there. the version number could differ though)
Well, if you select to uninstall wine-32bit a conflict resolution dialog should appear anyway. All you have to do is select solution 1 (smth. similar to “change architecture of wine-1.5.23-1.1.1-x86_64 to wine-1.5.23-1.1.1-i586”).