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RE: help with ikernel
by Nils-Eric Wilkman on Wednesday June 21st 2006, 3:06
problems with ikernel.exe could be related to that you have tried to intall Wine several times without stopping the wineserver. You can checkout if the server is already running, by using a terminalwindow and type:
I get this printout:
user 7067 1 1 10:42 ? 00:00:00 /usr/bin/../lib/../bin/wineserve
user 7071 1 5 10:42 ? 00:00:01 explorer.exe /desktop
user 7075 1 7 10:42 ? 00:00:01 C:\PROG~FBU\COMM~CP1\INST~JM1\En
these tree processes (in my case number 7067,7071 and 7075) should be stopped before yuo make a new attemt to install Wine.
As yuo see from the latest posts, you don't have to bother with comctl32.dll or windlloverrides when you use Ubuntu 6.06 and Wine 0.9.15, just type in a terminal "wime /media/cdrom0/Setup.exe" or from
Nautilus (filemanager) right click on Setup.exe on the CD.
Don't hesitate to ask more if you need more help!