[pkg-wine-party] [winecfg32]wine-unstable on Sid

Berillions berillions at gmail.com
Mon Jul 9 19:39:31 UTC 2012


I use actually Debian Sid amd64 in a virtualbox to try the wine 1.5.6
package present in Sid. The installation works fine, I do not owe forgotten
to use "wine32" instead of "wine" to install applications.

So, i see that there are more wine32 files in /usr/bin like "wine32",
"winecfg32", "winedbg32" ...
But, i think there is a problem with winecfg32. When i launch this command,
i have always the install message :

This is the wine64-bin helper package, which does not provide wine itself,
> but instead exists solely to provide the following information about
> enabling multiarch on your system in order to be able to install and run
> the 32-bit wine packages.
> The following commands should be issued as root or via sudo in order to
> enable multiarch (the last command installs 32-bit wine):
>   # dpkg --add-architecture i386
>   # sed -i 's/deb\ /deb\ [arch=amd64,i386]\ /g' /etc/apt/sources.list
>   # apt-get update
>   # apt-get install wine-bin:i386
> Be very careful as spaces matter above.  For kfreebsd systems, replace i386
> and amd64 with kfreebsd-i386 and kfreebsd-amd64.  Note that this package
> (wine64-bin) will be removed in the process.  For more information on the
> multiarch conversion, see:
> http://wiki.debian.org/Multiarch/HOWTO

To launch correctly winecfg, i must to launch "wine32 winecfg" but
"winecfg32" must to replace "wine32 winecfg", no ?
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