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The install package comes with quicktime and itunes in one install for a long time now. Unable to get separate installation file only for itunes. The problem is that it seems the installation completed succesfully, however the installer only add the quicktime player to the system. itunes left out completelly, no related files added to the program files at all. This was the 32bit version.
The 64bit version setup didn't even start up. I'm on the 64bit version of mint v6, I thought wine could run 64bit version as well. If yes, then the installation failed completelly.
I hope I can hear from you shortly and we could fix THE music player to work under wine nicely. ;)
What does not
I was not able to use the app. since installation failed.
What was not tested
The application. :]
I've only installed wine and manually installed directx on wine so far. didn't do any additional modification (if needed at all, not sure yet).
by B Williams on Monday April 27th 2009, 1:32
Breaks patch again because dll isn't there or something...what's the plan? I managed to accidentally do a "sudo rm -r .wine" when I meant to do a "sudo rm -r .sugar". Silly me. I also deleted the last compiled code so I don't know if I'll be able to successfully uninstall! Also, is it possible to make a .deb out of a patched git compile?
Request for Investigation
by B Williams on Sunday April 19th 2009, 22:18
I also wanted to note that iTunes now installs correctly for me thanks to the patch, but the missing GUI control buttons are certainly annoying. If someone reads this, would he or she mind posting the request in a more salient location?
patch worked, but troubles with icons
by Michael Borko on Saturday April 18th 2009, 4:00
i have applied the above patch on the current (1.1.19) version from the git repository. after installing the necessary packages (thnx to winezeug.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/install-wine-deps.sh) on my ubuntu 8.10 the compilation of wine works fine and also the installation of itunes (184.108.40.206) was successful.
BUT there was a problem after starting itunes: i don't see any icons on the itunesGUI!!! no play-icon/button, no small icons at the left sidebar, no buttons, nothing. so i tried to change the configuration of direct3D, but nothing happened - again no icons appeared!
i tried some other versions of itunes from www.oldapps.com/itunes.php and only minor versions including the 7.7.1 showed up with icons. what's wrong? anyone some suggestions?
by B Williams on Wednesday March 25th 2009, 15:01
I have not been able to get this to work under Wine 1.1.17 on Ubuntu Jaunty Jackalope 9.04 Alpha 6. iTunes does not install. The only time I have had success installing iTunes was using the MSI patch detailed in previous entries with a GIT repository version of Wine, while 1.1.14 was out. The patch no longer seems to properly apply. Perhaps someone could update it, or explain how to get iTunes 8.1 to work with the Ubuntu WineHQ Repository version of Wine, 1.1.17.