[pkg-wine-party] Bug#767048: Bug#767048: closed by Michael Gilbert <mgilbert at debian.org> (Re: [pkg-wine -party] Bug#767048: wine doesnt run at all)

jre jre.winesim at gmail.com
Fri Nov 7 23:30:02 UTC 2014

On 11/07/2014 08:47 PM, kfreebsd at i2pmail.org wrote:
> On 2014-11-02 02:18 UTC <767048 at bugs.debian.org> wrote:
>> You'll need to add kfreebsd-i386 as a dpkg subarchitecture, then
>> install the wine32 package for things to work.
>> Best wishes,
>> Mike
> I did that mike Im not an idiot ,its broken FIX IT, typing wine normally tells you to add the arch , it tells you nothing, even after adding it, as I did before you replayed, its still broken,

I'd like to propose to call nobody an idiot here and stay lower-case.
Makes much more fun then.

I'm a bit at a loss between:

"wine doesn't run at all" (although you got at least the hint to use

no mention of wine32 being installed in your first mail (should be done
automatically, at least if it is installed,

and your report where you only cited the wrapper script and broken
symlinks (btw. that paragraph took me quite some time until I figured
what was citation and what was yours).

The output of
  dpkg -l "*wine*"
might help to show what is installed actually (post with the description
removed for easier reading).

Thus having said, the problem might be that both wine and the target of
the symlinks (wine-wrapper) are only in the i386 packages (yet, this
means if you were told to add the arch by wine, then wine-wrapper should
have been installed already, thus no broken links). See:

So replacing wine:kfreebsd-amd64 with wine:kfreebsd-i386 might do the
trick. Please report back.


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