Easy way to install e-Sword through wine

steven vollom stevenvollom at sbcglobal.net
Tue Jun 9 03:49:00 UTC 2009

On Monday 08 June 2009 09:21:35 pm David Kuntadi wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 9, 2009 at 3:53 AM, steven vollom<stevenvollom at sbcglobal.net> 
> > I stepped away from the computer for an hour or so and had a chat with a
> > neighbor.  It was what I needed to clear my thoughts.  I followed the
> > instructions on the Ubuntu forum site you directed me to and was able to
> > follow the instruction to get through the installation of the installer.
> >  Wine 1.0.1 is installed.  Everything went smoothly to this point and the
> > e-Sword installer is executable just to let you know the point at which I
> > stopped.
> >
> > I need to let this part settle before finishing.  I seem to make mistakes
> > when I press in new ground.  Thanks for the help up to this point.  It
> > sure is clean and easy to this point.  I want to read ahead a bit before
> > I continue.
> Nope, you have to upgrade wine to at least 1.1.7. I have tested it
> with wine 1.1.23. Go to this page and download wine 1.1.23 for your
> distribution:
> http://wine.budgetdedicated.com/archive/index.html
> If you are running jaunty i386, then this is the correct package to
> install:
> http://wine.budgetdedicated.com/archive/ubuntu/jaunty/wine_1.1.23~winehq0~u
> Wine 1.0.1 will fail to install e-Sword properly (install at a wrong
> directory).
> DK

Before I go to your link, which one do I go to, the first or the second.  
Additionally you said I need to upgrade to at least 1.1.7, isn't that higher 
than the 1.1.23 you are suggesting?  

Since I have 1.0.1 installed now, do I remove it prior to installing 1.1.23?  
Then where do I get 1.1.7.  I hope I am not confusing you.  And finally, I am 
kubuntu Jaunty not ubuntu Jaunty, does that make a difference?  Thanks little 
brother.  It looks like I will get things right before I screw up the works.


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