Category: Main Multimedia Audio Radiotracker 5 5.0.21803.300

Radiotracker 5

uses lame for ripping

Application Details:

Version: 5.0.21803.300
License: Demo
Votes: 0
Latest Rating: Gold
Latest Wine Version Tested: 1.1.14

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What works


Using the application for the task intended

What does not

Nothing as far as I can see


What was not tested

Ripping certain artists, because it is only available in the full version

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Additional Comments

First you must install the Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime... it is easiest done by doing like this (parsed from a comment by J. Snell) : I've not been able to get the installer to work properly with wine 1.1.11, but I have discovered a method to work around it (for the sp1 release at least). First, you need the following three .dll files in ~/.wine/drive_c/windows/system32: msvcm80.dll msvcp80.dll msvcr80.dll Which can be obtained from an installation on Windows (search for them, they might not be in system32), or manually downloading them from various .dll sites. I haven't been able to get the installer to create them. Next you need to copy across a bunch of directories and manifest files to ~/.wine/drive_c/windows/winsxs, which you can obtain by moving your existing ~/.wine directory asside, and running the installer in a brand new one (they wouldn't create in my existing one). For example: mv ~/.wine ~/.wine-backup wine vcredist_x86.exe cp -r .wine/drive_c/windows/winsxs/x86_Microsoft.VC80.* ~/.wine-backup/drive_c/windows/winsxs/ cp -r .wine/drive_c/windows/winsxs/manifests/x86_Microsoft.VC80.* ~/.wine-backup/drive_c/windows/winsxs/manifests/ mv .wine-backup .wine Once I'd done all of this I was then able to run programs that depended on the Visual C++ 2005 SP1 runtime package. -------------------- Now go into the folder where you installed the application and run "wine RadioTracker.exe". It will display errormessages about missing Windows Mediaplayer DLL's. Do a google search for each of the DLL files, download and put into system32 in your fake windows installation folder. Now the application will work without problems!

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Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
ShowUbuntu 8.10 "Intrepid" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Jan 31 20091.1.14Yes Yes NoGoldan anonymous user 
ShowUbuntu 8.10 "Intrepid" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Jan 31 20091.1.13Yes Yes NoGoldan anonymous user 
CurrentopenSUSE 11.1Jan 01 20091.1.9Yes Yes NoGoldan anonymous user 

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HowTo / Notes

- wmvcore.dll
- wmasf.dll
- a working soundcard under alsa
- MS c++ runtime (vcredist.exe) (thx to Gustav Widmark)

install the c++ runtime
copy the dll into the .../Rapidsolution/radiotracker directorey directly

and enjoy the music^^


perhaps you´ll get a button like installing
wine gecko in your tasktbar you have to move this windows ,so  that it isn´t covered
and click install


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