That's a package of Windows XP dlls I gathered together to get everything working as intended.
Okay... after you get that copy them to /home/username/.wine/drive_c/windows/system32
Then run sudo winecfg
Set it to run as Windows XP then drives click autodetect then advance.. make sure your cdrom is set to cd-rom.
After that click Libraries tab and then add mfc42.dll to override.. it should be set to (native,bultin).
Then run winecfg and do the same thing over again.
Then make sure to restart your entire pc.
This is how I got mine working on the latest dvd decrypter 18.104.22.168.
I am not sure if that is EVERYTHING... if not, add a comment with anything I missed... if everything did work.. congrats.
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It rips movies with ARccOS perfectly. This is by far the easiest way to copy a DVD to a HD. I only used the "Main Movie" feature because since that is all I need to subsequently use Handbrake and make an MP4 with H.264.
What does not
Display doesn't render correctly.
Preview pane is useless.
Buttons and application controls are distorted, but usable.
What was not tested
Full disk feature. I have no reason to believe that it didn't work.
It didn't work until I went into winecfg and changed the OS from Win95 to Windows XP and autodetected drives. Previously, I was getting errors about there not being enough free disk space on drives that had plenty of free space.