Wine network access

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badl
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Wine network access

Post by badl » Tue Sep 29, 2020 10:47 am

Hi,
i tried to run a program called SBC Micro Browser (for kind of home automation) trough wine, which seems to work fine. The application needs to connect via network to the SPS. But when I try to connect, it fails with the error "No connection to host". I pinged the ip of sps, no problem. But when i ping it in the wine cmd it fails.
So do I need to activate something to allow wine apps access to the local network? or am i missing something?

I ve also tried 10.6.1 from the FAQs and changed the ip in the hosts file from 127.0.0.1 to the ip my pc has in the network (i hope I interpreted this correctly), but nothing changed.

some Infos:
Ubuntu Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS
wine 5.0-3 (installed normally trough apt)

Thanks in advance :D

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Re: Wine network access

Post by big_pecas » Sat Oct 03, 2020 9:38 am

Good morgning Mr. @badl.

What kind of connection your application use to connect SBS? Is it a GBD or a NRDBSM (Non Relational Database Server Manager)? If you can edit a file to connect, change Server Name to IP address. Something like \\server-sbs to \\10.0.0.7, for example. Enable debug when run your software and post here. Generate a log for both situations.

Have a fine end week.

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