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Re: [vox-tech] Wine on amd64 for 32bit win
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Re: [vox-tech] Wine on amd64 for 32bit win



Alex Mandel wrote:
> So after browsing some literature I decided I needed to install a
> chroot(http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=24575) to run wine
> inside of, that way I could use i386 packages.
>
> That part went fine. Now I'm trying to configure wine and it's
> complaining that it can't find my windows partition. Now that makes
> sense, since I haven't mounted it yet.
>
> So I tried to mount my windows NTFS partition in  (etc/fstab):
> /dev/sda1       /Windows        ntfs    umask=0222   0       0
>
> and it works, except I can't open the partition, permission denied.
> I've toggled the settings a few times and sudo mount -a after each but
> always the same result.

What do you get if you run `ls -ld' on the mountpoint (when the drive is
mounted). I'm guessing that you're running kernel 2.6 where the umask
and showexec options have been replaced by fmask and dmask (for files
and directories respectively).

--Ken Bloom

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