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[quote=Fred] I still use uninstalled distros working in RAM from USB stick. One of them is Xubuntu 12.04 . To save RAM I usually do not use the wine .deb of the system, but wine 1.1.10 for Slackware, which does not have any dependencies, because Wine 1.4 used from the system debs has a size of more than 120 Mb . Wine 1.1.10 has no fakedll folder, and the libs are in /usr/lib/wine. So I replaced only dwmapi.dll.so and advapi32.dll.so with the files from Wine 1.6. I have also a Wine1.6 standalone on USB stick which I can use with a start script, which defines $PATH and $LD_LIBRARY_PATH to the files on the USB stick. But this is demanding a libc6 version 2.11 or higher, which not all my distros have, and which is not always installable in an easy way. To answer your question I have installed for once Wine 1.4 on Xubuntu using synaptic. I replaced the two libs in /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/wine and KM-74 worked OK as far as I can see. Changing the fakedlls did not seem to be necessary. I prefer Xubuntu because Ubuntu is bigger and I also do not like the Unity desktop, but I think that there is no difference concerning Wine 1.4 . By the way: Firefox for Windows seems to need the full Wine 1.6 version. Regards Fred[/quote]
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