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 Post Posted: Mon Jul 08, 2019 6:42 am 
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Hello,

how can i make a wine build to use for others ?
Ive tried to --prefix it to its own directory and packed it into an archive, but my buddy can not run it due to some error, see here:
https://pastebin.com/sXLJ9P3U

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 Post Posted: Wed Jul 10, 2019 4:14 am 
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Just to make sure I understand you correctly.
You want to create a wineprefix on your system and use that wineprefix on an other system.

I think this is possible as long as the two Wine versions are the same.
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Wine cannot find the ncurses library (libncurses.so.6).

Has your buddy installed all the necessary (32-bit) packages?


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 Post Posted: Thu Jul 11, 2019 5:16 pm 
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jkfloris wrote:
Just to make sure I understand you correctly.
You want to create a wineprefix on your system and use that wineprefix on an other system.

I think this is possible as long as the two Wine versions are the same.
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Wine cannot find the ncurses library (libncurses.so.6).

Has your buddy installed all the necessary (32-bit) packages?


Not a prefix, no :)
Just building wine from sources and offer the build for test to someone else.

I made a wine-staging build that contains for example some patches.
It should work as a runner for Lutris at one point, means a "ready to use" wine build that can be tested by others.

My friend is using wine a lot as well and we want to maintain a wine version on Lutris for StarCitizen.
Hes not a noob and he said he has all required stuff installed and other builds (Lutris runners) do work, but not the thing i did.
That was rather unexpected and i try to learn more on this and the why's :)

Maybe i should find another tester ..^^
Btw, the idea of a "remote" prefix is interesting :D


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 Post Posted: Thu Jul 11, 2019 6:19 pm 
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@rawfox

You probably want to take a look at the Lutris buildbot on Github.

I would suggest opening an Issue on this repository - if you can't get your Wine runner to build.
You're more likely to get help from someone who has worked with this repository before (I don't really use Lutris personally).

Bob


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 Post Posted: Thu Jul 18, 2019 3:34 pm 
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Thats a good hint, thanks Bob.

... but .. i mean, if i make a build, it should run on another computer, or .. well im gonna kebab that build bot script from Lutris first.
Maybe i get more answers there.
My friend is using i think Manjaro, the directory structures may be different, im on Fedora.

Cheers^^


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 Post Posted: Thu Jul 18, 2019 3:57 pm 
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rawfox wrote:
Thats a good hint, thanks Bob.

... but .. i mean, if i make a build, it should run on another computer, or .. well im gonna kebab that build bot script from Lutris first.
Maybe i get more answers there.
My friend is using i think Manjaro, the directory structures may be different, im on Fedora.

Cheers^^


Did your friend have the current wine-staging (4.12.1) package installed on his system?
That's probably the easiest way to bring in the Wine runtime dependencies on a different system.
Arch and Fedora have pretty similar multilib directory layouts (unlike Debian's highly quirky FHS setup).

Certainly it's the hack I recommend for the Debian/Ubuntu build-bot script I maintain (until I get around to generating a wine-runtime deb package)...

Bob


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