X:\GLC3bf.tmp not found?

X:\GLC3bf.tmp not found?

Post by gobigkahun » Thu, 09 Jun 2005 15:35:48


I'm trying to install an application called "Deep Paint". When I launch
the installation .exe, I get the following error: "Could not initialize
installation. X:\GLC3bf.tmp file not found" Any idea how I can get
this working?

Thanks!!
 
 
 

X:\GLC3bf.tmp not found?

Post by Sven Pasch » Fri, 10 Jun 2005 05:29:13

What type of installation program is it? Is it an InstallShield derivative?

Whats the physical position of your X: drive? Can you try another
assignment for it?

Sven


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X:\GLC3bf.tmp not found?

Post by gobigkahun » Fri, 10 Jun 2005 07:37:19

Hi Sven


It's a single 59 MB .exe file. I don't believe it's an InstallShield
install. I was told that someone was able to install and this with
Crossover.


I don't have an X: drive, I think that's something that Wine set up. I
checked .wine/config and didn't find any reference to an X: drive and
.wine/user.reg has this entry:

[Environment] 1118112192
"PATH"="C:\\Windows;C:\\Windows\\System;X:\\;X:\\test;Y:\\"
"Systemroot"="C:\\Windows"
"TEMP"="X:\\"
"TMP"="X:\\"
 
 
 

X:\GLC3bf.tmp not found?

Post by gobigkahun » Fri, 10 Jun 2005 10:30:51

I did a bit more experimenting...


It is a single 59 MB .exe file, when launched the window says it's the
"Wise Installation Wizard".


I went through "regedit" and found where "tmp" and "temp" were set to
X:, but I couldn't find anywhere why Wine had created an X: drive. I
tried changing X: to Z: and then finally to C: (by editing
HKEY_CURRENT_USER with regedit). This worked, well at least partially :P

After this change, the installation starts as normal, then stops about
halfway (while installing C:\Windows\Program Files\Right Hemisphere\Deep
Paint\Resource\Tools\TexPaint.dll and fails. This is what appears on
the terminal:


All files up to this point were installed properly, but the last set of
files are not installed.

Any ideas?
 
 
 

X:\GLC3bf.tmp not found?

Post by Sven Pasch » Fri, 10 Jun 2005 15:02:45

These messages are typical for creating menu items or desktop shortcut
symbols so I think the installation comes to the end.

Try to copy the missing files manuelly from a successfull installation.
Often the installation is more problematic than the program itself.

Sven


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X:\GLC3bf.tmp not found?

Post by gobigkahun » Fri, 10 Jun 2005 23:32:18

Thanks Sven,


When I checked the folders, it appears that all the files were installed
properly (?). File sizes appeared to be correct, and everything seemed
to be there.

When I tried to launch the application, I got these errors:

wine DeepPaint.exe
err:module:import_dll Library OPENGL32.dll (which is needed by
L"C:\\Program Files\\Right Hemisphere\\Deep Paint\\DeepPaint.exe") not found
err:module:import_dll Library GLU32.dll (which is needed by
L"C:\\Program Files\\Right Hemisphere\\Deep Paint\\DeepPaint.exe") not found
err:module:LdrInitializeThunk Main exe initialization for L"C:\\Program
Files\\Right Hemisphere\\Deep Paint\\DeepPaint.exe" failed, status c0000135
Wine failed with return code 1

So I tried copying "opengl32.dll" and "glu32.dll" from the
.wine/fake_windows/windows/system folder and copied them to the
application folder, which didn't work. Then tried copying them to the
.wine/drive_c/windows/system folder, which also didn't work. Maybe
there's an .ini or reg entry that's missing? I'd give up on this, but
was told that it worked with Crossover, so I'm guessing it'll work with
Wine as well...

I have a general question as well: why does Wine create a "drive_c"
folder -and- a "fake_windows" folder? What is the difference between
these two? Why is an application installed in one rather than the other?

Thanks again Sven, you've been extremely helpful!
 
 
 

X:\GLC3bf.tmp not found?

Post by Sven Pasch » Sat, 11 Jun 2005 05:35:17

> I have a general question as well: why does Wine create a "drive_c"

This is Debian specific. The Debian team is creating own packages which
are different from the APT repository on www.winehq.org. In my
experience they don't work as good as the deb files from winehq. There
are problems with the regsvr32.exe. And the black/green windows you see
before starting an app is not needed any longer.

And also the "fake_windows" folder is a relict from earlier times which
is not completely removed from Debians Wine packages. If you have the
choice you should use the packages from winehq.

I don't know why Debian and Wine Teams do not come together.

Sven
 
 
 

X:\GLC3bf.tmp not found?

Post by toon » Wed, 15 Jun 2005 23:11:36

You cannot use native opengl32.dll; native glu32.dll might or might not
work. I would advise you to see if opengl in linux works at all: does
glxgears work? Seems to me that you compiled/ or got wine without any
opengl support.
If so , compile wine from source and try again. At least a simple
opengl app like http://www.yqcomputer.com/
should work