vendredi nov. 07, 2008

Wine 1.1.7 and TeamQuest View on OpenSolaris

The only last reason why I did not definitely remove the Windows Partition on my Toshiba Labtop was TeamQuest GUI need for my job which is not available for OpenSolaris.


Now with the last Wine on OpenSolaris TeamQuest GUI for Windows known as tqview works perfectly Under OpenSolaris 2008.05. Drag and Drop between Windows tqview and soffice on OpenSolaris works fine.



To install Wine 1.1.7 for OpenSolaris 2008.05 download the file here, and install it with following commands with the user root:
# bunzip2 Wine-1.1.7-solaris-5.11-i86pc.pkg.bz2
# pkgadd -d ./Wine-1.1.7-solaris-5.11-i86pc.pkg

Thanks wine.

mardi sept. 09, 2008

How To Build Your Own Wine Release for OpenSolaris Indiana

The last Wine Release source code 1.1.4 is available for download at http://downloads.sourceforge.net/wine/wine-1.1.4.tar.bz2. Before to build your own Wine Solaris Package Form OpenSolaris Indiana You first need to add some packages which are not installed by default.


Check if pkg.opensolaris.org is available
# host pkg.opensolaris.org
pkg.opensolaris.org has address 72.5.123.21
# ping pkg.opensolaris.org
pkg.opensolaris.org is alive


Add the following packages
# pkg install SUNWGlib
# pkg install SUNWgcc
# pkg install gcc-dev
# pkg install SUNWxorg-headers
# pkg install SUNWgnome-common-devel
# pkg install SUNWxwinc
# pkg install SUNWaudh


Build Wine (The make take more than 1 hour on my Tecra LabTop):
# bzcat wine-1.1.4.tar.bz2 |tar xvf -
# ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/wine
# make
# make install


Make a Solaris package file (Wine-1.1.4-solaris-5.11-i86pc.pkg) :
# cd /usr/local/wine
# find ./ -print -depth | cpio -dump /tmp/wine
# cd /tmp/Wine
# echo "i pkginfo=./pkginfo" > prototype
# echo "i postinstall=./postinstall" >> prototype
# find . -print | pkgproto >> prototype
# cat > ./pkginfo << EOF
PKG=Wine
NAME=WINE
ARCH=i86pc
VERSION=1.1.4
CATEGORY=application
BASEDIR=/usr/local/wine
VENDOR=The Wine Project www.winehq.com
DESC=Run Windows Application on Solaris
EMAIL=Jerome.Blanchet-AT-Sun-DOT-COM
PSTAMP=11420080909
CLASSES=none
EOF
# cat > ./postinstall << EOF
exit 0
EOF
# pkgmk -d /var/spool/pkg -r /tmp/Wine
# cd /var/spool/pkg
# pkgtrans -s . /tmp/Wine-1.1.4-solaris-5.11-i86pc.pkg Wine
# bzip2 /tmp/Wine-1.1.4-solaris-5.11-i86pc.pkg.bz2

Wine 1.1.4 package /tmp/Wine-1.1.4-solaris-5.11-i86pc.pkg.bz2 file  is ready to install.

samedi août 16, 2008

Wine 1.1.2 Has been build for OpenSolaris

I have juste re-build the last development release of Wine (http://www.winehq.org) Release for OpenSolaris - 2008.05 with openGL Libs. So you can run OpenGL Window Programs like Google Earth in your OpenSolaris desktop.




Last Wine Package Files is available at http://mpkgopensolaris.sourceforge.net/wine/Wine-1.1.2-solaris-5.11-i86pc.pkg.bz2

Just download the file here, and install it with following commands:
# bunzip2 Wine-1.1.2-solaris-5.11-i86pc.pkg.bz2
# pkgadd -d ./Wine-1.1.2-solaris-5.11-i86pc.pkg


And Try to install Windows Google Earth by downloading Windows GoogleEarthWin.exe file in your Desktop, and then install Google Earth with:
[1] /usr/local/wine/bin/wine --version
wine-1.1.2
[2] /usr/local/wine/bin/wine /home/jblanche/Desktop/GoogleEarthWin.exe


Have Fun with Wine and OpenSolaris


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