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Wine seems broken on Debian Sid. There were scripting problems updateing to 1.4.6. Current version updated to 1.4.7 OK. Problem: Wine is looking for .so in /usr/local/lib/wine which no longer exists. I can stop this by symlinking, not to /usr/lib/wine but to /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/wine Previous versions seemed to like the local .so's but they should not have still been around so I removed them. Tip off was conflicting wine client/server numbers! Is there some config file I need to change. I had purged them all. Question is why the Debian=installed version is looking for those local libs? Problem: With the symlink, wine will run. There seem to be problems with libwine-alsa and Jammer Pro6 aborts with an error. Some MIDI apps work, some do not but I had using them OK as of 1.2.3 (testing) but downgrading to that no longer works. Debian also has 1.5.0 wine-unstable packages. Are these better? I got the same errors with them but a least they were not looking for anything in /usr/local/lib!
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