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Installer, Program Launches but to a blank screen (menus are intact and functional), and it appears to log in. Attempts on my end to place a call by entering numbers from my keyboard result in the program terminating.
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iCall with MSIE
by David Dawson on Monday January 26th 2009, 0:23
I tested iCall in a wine dir with an install of MSIE, to see if that would enable it to run.
First, I followed the instructions in the wine appdb to install Internet Explorer 6.0, with the exception of changing the wine version to 2000 (I left it at XP) [Note: be sure to include the wine or wine apps full path to do this.]
I copied over msvcr90.dll and msvcp90.dll, then ran the iCall installer.
The installer ran fine.
Running the app was disappointing. The splash screen popped up, then an error dialog showed 'can't find '%.1023.ws' and the app terminated.
I noted the absence of errors relating to shdocvw in the term I was running the app in.
installing iCall under Wine
by David Dawson on Saturday January 24th 2009, 13:50
I found it necessary to run iexplore to force installation of Gecko, before the app would run at all.
This is just a matter of 'wine iexplore', then clicking appropriately.
To summarize the installation procedure:
1. create the wine prefix
2. get and copy MSVCR90.dll and MSVCP90.dll to the ../windows/system32 dir
3. run wine iexplore
4. run the app installer
5. you might want to modify the wine executable path in the desktop icon properties and run the app in an X console to see the debugs, or just run it from an xterm.
by David Dawson on Friday January 23rd 2009, 1:49
I tried to call in from my home phone to the app running under XP, and found that not working. That is, the app would not ring. (Possibly a firewall issue). I did leave a message. The numbers I tried were listed as the ones for Vancouver BC. The app under Windows could not access the voice mailbox and I was also unable to set up the voicemail in the first place.