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RE: This is my howto... (more complete)
by Arno Teigseth on Wednesday August 2nd 2006, 0:06
1 The error message means some file was not found - looks like there is trouble finding wtlib.sh...
Are you able to run `/home/dennis/.wine/wtlib.sh` in a terminal?
2 Just a thought on your wtlib.sh file - it reads:
# change conform your installation (my default: portuguese)
WTLIB_EXE="c:/Program Files/Watchtower/Watchtower Library 2005/S/wtlib.exe"
Your comment says your installation is Portugese, which has country code T. But your sh file uses S as country code. = ?
3 It seems your desktop file uses the variable $WINEPREFIX before running the wtlib.sh file. That variable isn't defined until inside the sh file, so this creates a circle reference. (Unless you already defined $WINEPREFIX somewhere else.)
4 If the error message [Details: Failed to execute child process "home/dennis/.wine/wtlib.sh" (No such file or directory)] is verbatim, you probably got trouble with your $WINEPREFIX being "home/dennis/.wine/" instead of "/home/dennis/.wine/". Note the opening "/" referring to root. If this is the problem, wine is probably looking for the wtlib.sh file in /home/dennis/home/dennis/.wine (which does not exist...)
5 To avoid certain problems you should cd to the MEPSCommon directory before running wtlib.