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2002\09\25@145446 by Francisco Ares

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Hi, all

I am migrating from WinNT4 to Linux, and I could not configure the
Windows emulator (wine) to work with MPLAB (in fact, I could not run any
WinNT app smoothly), so I am looking for some help on "wine" config files.

Anyone using ICE2000 also?

Thanks
Francisco

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2002\09\25@163906 by Morgan Olsson

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I think i will follow your steps next year :)

Have you looked under Help and Community links at http://www.winehq.org/ ?

Best luck
/Morgan

Hej Francisco Ares. Tack för ditt meddelande 19:52 2002-09-25 enligt nedan:
>Hi, all
>
>I am migrating from WinNT4 to Linux, and I could not configure the
>Windows emulator (wine) to work with MPLAB (in fact, I could not run any
>WinNT app smoothly), so I am looking for some help on "wine" config files.

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2002\09\25@175611 by Lucas Thompson

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MPLAB worked OK for me with Wine 0.0.2 using it in "unmanaged" window mode
running from the native Win98 DLL set in Win98 mode. I didn't use it much,
but it seemed to assemble programs correctly. I'd suggest getting the latest
development snapshot from the winehq site.

I had much better results when using a Windows 98 install as a base,
mounting the Windows filesystem then configuring Wine on top of that.

I expect you might have problems getting the external ports to work with a
programmer, but I didn't try it.

Good luck!
Lucas Thompson

> Hi, all
>
> I am migrating from WinNT4 to Linux, and I could not configure the
> Windows emulator (wine) to work with MPLAB (in fact, I could
> not run any
> WinNT app smoothly), so I am looking for some help on "wine"
> config files.

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2002\09\26@032017 by Peter L. Peres

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On Wed, 25 Sep 2002, Francisco Ares wrote:

*>Hi, all
*>
*>I am migrating from WinNT4 to Linux, and I could not configure the
*>Windows emulator (wine) to work with MPLAB (in fact, I could not run any
*>WinNT app smoothly), so I am looking for some help on "wine" config files.

I ran the 16 bit version of MPLAB in wine with success (and minor window
decoration issues). Also one or two C compilers I tried. Nothing special
needs to be done for this (16 bit) version.

Peter

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2002\09\26@085656 by Francisco Ares

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Would you mind to send your "conf" files so I can compare with mine ones?

Thanks to all!!
Francisco

Peter L. Peres wrote:

>I ran the 16 bit version of MPLAB in wine with success (and minor window
>decoration issues). Also one or two C compilers I tried. Nothing special
>needs to be done for this (16 bit) version.
>
>Peter
>

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2002\09\26@182650 by John De Villiers

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On Wed, 2002-09-25 at 20:52, Francisco Ares wrote:
> Hi, all
>
> I am migrating from WinNT4 to Linux, and I could not configure the
> Windows emulator (wine) to work with MPLAB (in fact, I could not run any
> WinNT app smoothly), so I am looking for some help on "wine" config files.
>
> Anyone using ICE2000 also?
>
> Thanks
> Francisco

Im doing the same thing, but am not interested in running wine. I'd go
for the GNUPIC project.

Now all i gotta do is find a programmer for my warp13a that works under
Redhat 7.3

John

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2002\09\26@192014 by Byron A Jeff

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On Fri, Sep 27, 2002 at 12:25:47AM +0200, John De Villiers wrote:
> On Wed, 2002-09-25 at 20:52, Francisco Ares wrote:
> > Hi, all
> >
> > I am migrating from WinNT4 to Linux, and I could not configure the
> > Windows emulator (wine) to work with MPLAB (in fact, I could not run any
> > WinNT app smoothly), so I am looking for some help on "wine" config files.
> >
> > Anyone using ICE2000 also?
> >
> > Thanks
> > Francisco
>
> Im doing the same thing, but am not interested in running wine. I'd go
> for the GNUPIC project.
>
> Now all i gotta do is find a programmer for my warp13a that works under
> Redhat 7.3

Take a look at tm4-13.tgz here:

http://evilbill.org/PIC

It should work.

BAJ

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