Darwine 1.1.2

August 2nd, 2008 by

If you want a stable release, please stay with 1.0.


For Intel Macs with Tiger or Leopard

comes with all needed librariesm bins and TRiX



17 Responses to “Darwine 1.1.2”

  1. Thanks 😀

    Comment by Paul D. Spradling — August 3, 2008 @ 05:32

  2. Your Darwine builds are just perfect, but Trix is not working here (Leopard 10.5.4). I think my problem is related to Trix not finding cabextract:

    export PATH=$PATH:/Applications/Darwine/Wine.bundle/Contents/bin:~/Applications/Darwine/Wine.bundle/Contents/bin

    Cannot find cabextract. Please install it (e.g. ‘sudo apt-get install cabextract’ or ‘sudo yum install cabextract’).

    /tmp/winetricks: line 284: cabextract: command not found

    returned status 127. Aborting.

    Comment by Patrick — August 3, 2008 @ 08:50

  3. Mike, has this build fixed the printing problem that is with IE4OSX? I think there was something supposedly with your wine build that had an issue with it>

    Comment by Alan Hagerman — August 13, 2008 @ 05:44

  4. Mike —

    I noticed you had libusb in build 1.1.1. Is it included in this lates (1.1.2) build? I have a gadget I want to test with USB, via a Keyspan serial adapter.

    Thanks …!


    Comment by Glen Warner — August 13, 2008 @ 06:17

  5. Hey Mike, thanks a ton for your builds. Getting openGL to work on Darwine has been a huge issues for ages, ever since Tiger. People have been talking and trying to get this done for a long time and have tried umpteen fixes eventually giving up and waiting for Apple to resolve the xquartz issue. Wonder how you got this done. Only CrossOver works for GL acceleration and now your builds starting from 1.0-2 and 1.1.2. Great job.

    I can report GL is working reasonably well – as good or bad as wine – on both the above mentioned builds. I know glxgear is not any sort of benchmark but as a test I got 7044fps on your builds on OSX 10.5.3 (Native OSX is around 11500) and 6440 on Wine 1.0 on Ubuntu Feisty (Native on Feisty is 7800) and lastly around 11050 on WinXP. Not accurate by any benchmark but as least gives one a rough idea. I haven’t tried many games apart from Billiards GL and Return to Castle Wolfestein and both work well enough.

    I also like your approach of bundling Fontforge and Freetype within the package as it becomes easier to install and uninstall and remove and upgrade packages. The only thing thats not working perfectly is Trix, it loses its path to cabextract on 1.1.2 for some reason though it was working well on 1.0-2 build. I has to symlink Trix/resources/bin to path to get it to work.

    Comment by Raul — August 19, 2008 @ 18:42

  6. Thanks for your builds. I’m having some issues with a particular custom application of ours:

    err:wininet:NETCON_init trying to use a SSL connection, but couldn’t load libssl.0.9.7.dylib. Expect trouble.

    Would this require the build to be linked with openssl? I have the dylib in /usr/lib; I also tried adding the openssl windows dlls into system32. No luck.

    Comment by Brian Moelk — August 20, 2008 @ 17:10

  7. FYI: got a bit further with the macports wine build. I believe it links in openssl, but it’s obviously still missing something:

    err:wininet:NETCON_init failed to load symbol i2d_X509

    Comment by Brian Moelk — August 20, 2008 @ 19:15

  8. Wine 1.1.3 Released

    Comment by Raymond — August 29, 2008 @ 16:04

  9. I sure he knows that Raymond.
    If your so desperate for it you can always use MacPorts.

    Besides there’s been no word from Mike regarding 1.1.3 so who knows if he’s going to compile it for your lazy ass.

    Comment by bobo — August 29, 2008 @ 23:04

  10. 🙂

    1.1.3 is on the way.
    I’ve applied some more patches (f.e. to remove the window jumping bug)

    Just a little bit out of time…


    Comment by mike — August 30, 2008 @ 09:03

  11. Mike:
    I look forward to the fixes, especially the Jumping Window Bug which has been reported on the Wine Users mailing list.


    Comment by James M., Tuscon, Arizona — August 31, 2008 @ 01:24

  12. I am having the same problem as Patrick is. I managed to get TRiX to start installing by opening Terminal and TRiX manually. Then bash says

    Cannot find cabextract. Please install it (e.g. ‘sudo apt-get install cabextract’ or ‘sudo yum install cabextract’).

    I tried “sudo apt-get install cabextract” and “sudo yum install cabextract.” Neither of them work, and the error message is sudo: yum: command not found.

    Comment by Brian — September 12, 2008 @ 07:51

  13. apt-get is Debian’s main tool for installing and removing software.
    Yum is also for linux systems (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yellow_dog_Updater,_Modified)
    So this message is not helpful on OSX systems.

    Comment by Raymond — September 12, 2008 @ 15:32

  14. developing going very fast: Wine 1.1.5 Released

    Comment by Raymond — September 21, 2008 @ 13:00

  15. Try Fink or Macports for cabextract. It is not a native Mac program.

    Comment by James M., Tuscon, Arizona — September 21, 2008 @ 13:07

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  17. Try this for darwine with openssl


    Comment by Andrew Roth — March 25, 2009 @ 20:16