Most things work. I have not tested every function, but only one thing seems not to work with this version of wine - "Tajima's test", but it can be worked around (check the extra comments).
What does not
Tajima's test crashes DnaSP if "floating window" option is used.
What was not tested
Some of the functions were not tested.
As mentioned in the website, you are required to make a copy of mfc40.dll (which is provided with the app) into your ".wine/drive_c/windows/system32". Also, if you want to run a "Tajima's test" you should use winetricks to install "dcom98". After this, everything seems to work fine.
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Show||Arch Linux x86_64||Oct 27 2010||1.3.5||Yes||Yes||Gold||Francisco Pina|
|Current||Arch Linux x86_64||Jan 29 2010||1.1.37||Yes||Yes||Gold||Francisco Pina|
Install DnaSP using "msiexec /i dnasp51001.msi", or even better "wine start /Unix dnasp51001.msi"
Run the program using "wine start /Unix /path/to/dnasp.exe"
If for some reason you cannot, or don't want to use "wine start" here is what you should do to run DnaSP:
After installation, copy the file "mfc40.dll" from the program
directory to your wine's system32 directory using the following command:
"cp ~/.wine/drive_c/Program\ Files/Dnasp\ v5/mfc40.dll ~/.wine/drive_c/windows/system32". Adjust the path according to your own system.
After this step DnaSP will always run, no matter how you call it.