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Old 5th March 2011
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Angry how i can install wine on openbsd 4.8

hi guys
how are you
new user openbsd
i need install wine
hxxp://openports.se/emulators/wine
but
Code:
winegcc: gcc failed
*** Error code 2

Stop in /home/craze/Downloads/wine-1.1.21/dlls/glu32 (line 383 of Makefile).
*** Error code 1

Stop in /home/craze/Downloads/wine-1.1.21/dlls (line 794 of Makefile).
*** Error code 1

Stop in /home/craze/Downloads/wine-1.1.21 (line 394 of Makefile).

./configure

make depend && make

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You cannot, see http://www.mail-archive.com/misc@ope.../msg99725.html
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thank you mr . j65nko
but I did not understand
wine Installation of a complex
ok ...
how i can install vmware or virtualbox for install windows

i need using this program
hxxp://files.metatrader4.com/mt4setup.exe
hxxp://www.metatrader4.com

Is there an easy way install vmware or virtualbox on openbsd 4.8 ..!!
or and Installation of a complex

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It would be nice if you didn't set such a large font, people can do that themselves with their browser should they need to.

Wine isn't really portable, it requires some address space changes on i386 and I don't believe it will happen any time soon.

Neither Virtualbox/VMware are available for OpenBSD, your closest option is QEMU.
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Why don't you create a multi-boot system?
One partition for Windows, a second partition for OpenBSD.
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It would be nice if you didn't set such a large font, people can do that themselves with their browser should they need to.

Wine isn't really portable, it requires some address space changes on i386 and I don't believe it will happen any time soon.

Neither Virtualbox/VMware are available for OpenBSD, your closest option is QEMU.
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i am sorry large font
thank Support
I will test with QEMU
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i need install wine
You would be advised to do more homework. Wine currently does not run as expected on OpenBSD.

http://marc.info/?l=openbsd-misc&w=2&r=1&s=wine&q=b

Most applications whose source can be downloaded from the Internet are increasingly designed for Linux, & OpenBSD is not the same either in terms of libraries or file locations. If one of the applications already ported to OpenBSD will suffice, it is always better to use them. For more information, take the time to study Section 15 of the official FAQ.

Blindly downloading source from the Internet to any application will typically require changes to conform to OpenBSD. Given that porting is typically time intensive & requires deep knowledge of the application itself, help provided here will be minimal at best.

As a newcomer to OpenBSD, it is highly recommended that you take the time now, while new to the operating system, to study OpenBSD's documentation. Begin with the entirety of the FAQ. The manpages are among the best available on any platform, & the official mailing lists help provide further perspective.

Good luck.
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Why don't you create a multi-boot system?
One partition for Windows, a second partition for OpenBSD.
mr
At the beginning of installation Choose [A]layout
remove all hard
size hard 500 GB
my home now size free 281 GB
I do not know how to create a hard part of the format without
example i want part size 200 GB
home 80 GB
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You would be advised to do more homework. Wine currently does not run as expected on OpenBSD.

http://marc.info/?l=openbsd-misc&w=2&r=1&s=wine&q=b

Most applications whose source can be downloaded from the Internet are increasingly designed for Linux, & OpenBSD is not the same either in terms of libraries or file locations. If one of the applications already ported to OpenBSD will suffice, it is always better to use them. For more information, take the time to study Section 15 of the official FAQ.

Blindly downloading source from the Internet to any application will typically require changes to conform to OpenBSD. Given that porting is typically time intensive & requires deep knowledge of the application itself, help provided here will be minimal at best.

As a newcomer to OpenBSD, it is highly recommended that you take the time now, while new to the operating system, to study OpenBSD's documentation. Begin with the entirety of the FAQ. The manpages are among the best available on any platform, & the official mailing lists help provide further perspective.

Good luck.
Thank you I appreciate your words

I use Fedora 3 years
But decided to enter the world of UNIX
i am install the system and programs through the system documentation
But still I have a forex software is a Windows format
I will experimenting with QEMU
Thank you all for helping me
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