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WINE giving a "relocation error" ??

Posted on 2002-07-14
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I just downloaded the latest version of wine and compiled
and installed it with the install program. Now, when I try
to run wine, I get this error:
wine: relocation error: /usr/local/lib/libntdll.dll.so: undefined symbol: __wine_dbg_vprintf
I've looked everywhere to find out how to fix this with no
luck. I did this install over a previous one, so I think
this may be causing the problem.
If there's no way around it, can I just uninstall EVERYTHING
related to wine and just start over? (not sure how to do that)
(I'm not using RPMs. I need a later version that what's available
on RPMs)

THanks,
WL
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by:haldrik
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Well, it looks like I fixed this myself. Just deleted everything related to wine at all and reinstalled and it works fine.
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by:samri
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WL,

great.  I bet it will be very useful to keep the Q for PAQ.  You can get your pts refunded.  Please a request in Community Support TA, and the Moderator should be able to assist.

cheers.
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