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  • Category Testing
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  • Operating System Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre
  • Severity Very Low
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Opened by Jayvee Enaguas - 24/08/2021

FS#1581 - [Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre 0.4] [wine-stable] doesn't run 32-bit apps and games on 64-bit systems.

The title says that above if without having required library dependencies for most of them under 32-bit.

Tobias Dausend commented on 25.08.2021 00:34

Please tryout running when creating a new prefix:

export WINEARCH=win32

So the steps to test further:

1. Remove ~/.wine if it was already created in the 64-bit mode. (WARNING: This removes all stuff you have installed under Wine. Move it aside instead if you want to avoid loosing data.)

2. Set the WINEARCH environment variable to win32 i.e. export WINEARCH=win32

3. Then run wine (or winetricks-libre, etc.)

Tobias Dausend commented on 25.08.2021 00:38

If the part above does not work: This is no bug or issue in general. The reasoning is simple: Hyperbola 0.4 has no multilib-support for security-reasons and therefore no libraries for making that possible. To run therefore 32bit-applications you need also a 32bit-system or installation.

Jayvee Enaguas commented on 25.08.2021 02:20

Unfortunately, the method at the first comment doesn't work, giving me a message that reads:

$ WINEARCH=win32 notepad
wine: WINEARCH set to win32 but '/home/harvettfox96/.wine' is a 64-bit installation.
Jayvee Enaguas commented on 25.08.2021 02:54

And lastly, whatever, I'll make up with QEMU for my instance of the same operating system in 32-bit only.

Tobias Dausend commented on 25.08.2021 10:38

You can also try to install a second instance of Hyperbola 0.4 in 32bit when ISO is there and available. Sorry for having that base, but it is not further possible for now. An alternative would be for me to research further how PlayOnLinux or Guix are managing that.

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