Dec 9th, 2003 Release.
Install path selection:
Install does not perform regsvr32 of DLL files. Must be done manually. There are case sensitivity issues with the DLL's and OCX files.
I think I had to rename them all to upper case then regsvr32 them.
Copied fonts to c:\windows\fonts
Telnet works well. We need this for HP3000 connectivity.
Print screen prints outside the margin area of the printer.
What does not
Prints outside margins
What was not tested
Printing more than just the screen (history)
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||Ubuntu 6.10 "Edgy" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)||Apr 16 2007||0.9.32.||Yes||Yes||Silver||an anonymous user|
Installing QCTerm under Wine with it's own Wine directory
QCTerm is a useful program for HP 3000 users who require a terminal program which supports special graphics characters used by applications on the MPE operating system.
Since I use NFS to access the /home directory I go to the drives tab of winecfg , click on advanced and choose "Type" as network share. I also Manually Assign a name to the drive as DriveC.
I'll go with the default windows emulation of Windows 2000 for this installation.
WINEPREFIX=~/.wineqcterm wine /m/downloads/Terminal\ emulators/Aics_qcterm_free/qct32set_2-1.exe
Here I just hit "Enter" to unzip the files to C:\
This will result in an aics directory being created in c:\
Then click the Close button
lndir ~/.wineqcterm/drive_c/aics/Fonts ~/.wineqcterm/drive_c/windows/fonts
You will need to locate a copy of mfc40.dll and move it into this directory:
Then run the command
Next create a launcher file such as
which contains these two lines:
WINEPREFIX=~/.wineqcterm wine ~/.wineqcterm/drive_c/aics/qcterm.exe
Next make this launcher executable by running this command:
chmod u+x ~/qcterm.sh