[pkg-wine-party] Bug#683857: wine64-bin lacks winecfg

justinreeves.tch at gmail.com justinreeves.tch at gmail.com
Sat Aug 4 22:49:43 UTC 2012

My mistake then.  I assumed wine64-bin was the same wine-bin as both of
them a listed in aptitude as "Windows API implementation - binary loader"

It appears I'm still quite confused on what I'm doing.  Also I was using
the sid version, in case reportbug didn't make that clear (I pinned it when
winetricks proved to have a wine-unstable dependency...along with no
wine-unstable) in wheezy.

On Sat, Aug 4, 2012 at 5:19 PM, Hilko Bengen <bengen at debian.org> wrote:

> * justinreeves.tch at gmail.com:
> > Installing wine 1.4.1-2 from sid. winecfg, a gui configuration tool
> > for wine, is present only in the wine-bin package. wine-bin is not
> > present for the amd64 arch. Since, AFAIK, wine64-bin allows for WoW64,
> > winecfg would make sense to be incorporated into this package or split
> > off into its own.
> Where did you get the information about wine64-bin allowing for a WoW64
> setup? (Something like this can be done, but not in time for the wheezy
> release.)
> At the moment, wine64-bin contains only a shell script with instructions
> to install wine-bin and dependencies from the i386 architecture and to
> set up multiarch support for that.
> -Hilko
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