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Re: security updates ?



** Reply to message from Guy Fraser <guy incentre net> on Sat, 29 Mar 2003 17:01:57 -0700

> Download the current RPM from SourceForge. Then remove wine as root:
> 
> rpm -e wine
> 
> Next install wine as root:
> 
> rpm -i /path/to/downloaded/wine...
> 
> Then run your app just like you used to.
> 
> If you have never been able to get wine to install any software, then 
> you probably need to add your self to group wine then logou and log back 
> in. Set up your wine config files in ~/.wine/ and your off to the races.
> 
> Mike Watson wrote:
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> >On Saturday 29 March 2003 04:32 pm, Guy Fraser wrote:
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> >>Hmm, I am pretty sure wine was included with RH 8.0.
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> >>    
> >>
> >Yes it was although I'm still trying to figure out how to get it 
> >working!  :-)
> >
> >Mike W
> >  
> >
> >>Ed Wilts wrote:
> >>    
> >>
> >>>On Sat, Mar 29, 2003 at 12:39:47PM -0700, Guy Fraser wrote:
> >>>      
> >>>
> >>>>I don't know if you can trust security updates any more. The last
> >>>>glibc security update almost made
> >>>>me loose my job because it wrecked software that was required by
> >>>>our support staff to do their jobs.
> >>>>        
> >>>>
> >>>If you're running non-Red Hat packages on your systems, then you
> >>>should test before you do a large rollout.  I have not heard of any
> >>>Red Hat supplied package breaking due to the glibc security update.
> >>>      
> >>>
> >
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> Download the current RPM from SourceForge. Then remove wine as root:
> 
> rpm -e wine
> 
> Next install wine as root:
> 
> rpm -i /path/to/downloaded/wine...
> 
> Then run your app just like you used to.
> 
> If you have never been able to get wine to install any software, then 
> you probably need to add your self to group wine then logou and log back 
> in. Set up your wine config files in ~/.wine/ and your off to the races.

Wine was working before the recent glibc update. I have done exactly what Guy described above but the app that worked before still does not work after installing the latest wine build. Apparently Jakub is working on this one so there may be a fix out eventually.

jb





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