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UsingSelect the version of <trademark class="registered">Windows</trademark> to Wrbe used witeh the Imageselected program.
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Select the version of <trademark class="registered">Windows</trademark> to be used with the selected program.
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Similarly, copying the default or "main" prefix into a separate "testing" one in order to evaluate an application's compatibility can reduce the chance of corruption.
Creating a prefix from the terminal requires the following command: Alternatif olarak, Ports Collection'dan bağlantı kurmak için aşağıdaki komutları çalıştırın:
<prompt>%</prompt> <userinput>WINEPREFIX="/home/<replaceable>username</replaceable>/.wine-new" winecfg</userinput> <prompt>%</prompt> <userinput>oluşturma /mnt/<replaceable>kullanıcıadı</replaceable></userinput>
This will run the <application>winecfg</application> program, which can be used to configure wine prefixes (more on this in a later section). But by providing a directory path value for the <varname>WINEPREFIX</varname> environment variable, a new prefix is created at that location if one does not already exist.
Supplying the same variable to the <application>wine</application> program will similarly cause the selected program to be run with the specified prefix:
<prompt>%</prompt> <userinput>WINEPREFIX="/home/<replaceable>username</replaceable>/.wine-new" wine program.exe</userinput> <prompt>%</prompt> <userinput>oluşturma /mnt/<replaceable>kullanıcıadı</replaceable></userinput>
Configuring WINE Prefixes with <application>winecfg</application> <application>VMware Fusion</application> üzerinde FreeBSD Yapılandırması
As described above WINE includes a tool called <application>winecfg</application> to configure prefixes from within a GUI. It contains a variety of functions, which are detailed in the sections below. When <application>winecfg</application> is run from within a prefix, or provided the location of a prefix within the <varname>WINEPREFIX</varname> variable, it enables the configuration of the selected prefix as described in the below sections.
Selections made on the <emphasis>Applications</emphasis> tab will affect the scope of changes made in the <emphasis>Libraries</emphasis> and <emphasis>Graphics</emphasis> tabs, which will be limited to the application selected. See the section on <link xlink:href="">Using Winecfg</link> in the WINE Wiki for more details.
Applications uygulama
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The <emphasis>Applications</emphasis> contains controls enabling the association of programs with a particular version of <trademark class="registered">Windows</trademark>. On first start-up the <emphasis>Application settings</emphasis> section will contain a single entry: <emphasis>Default Settings</emphasis>. This corresponds to all the default configurations of the prefix, which (as the disabled <emphasis>Remove application</emphasis> button implies) cannot be deleted.
But additional applications can be added with the following process:
Click the <emphasis>Add application</emphasis> button.
Use the provided dialog to select the desired program's executable.
Select the version of <trademark class="registered">Windows</trademark> to be used with the selected program. Görüntüyü Yazmak için <trademark class="registered">Windows</trademark> Kullanma
Libraries LibreOffice
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WINE provides a set of open source library files as part of its distribution that provide the same functions as their <trademark class="registered">Windows</trademark> counterparts. However, as noted earlier in this chapter, the WINE project is always trying to keep pace with new updates to these libraries. As a result, the versions that ship with WINE may be missing functionality that the latest <trademark class="registered">Windows</trademark> programs are expecting.
However, <application>winecfg</application> makes it possible specify overrides for the built-in libraries, particularly there is a version of <trademark class="registered">Windows</trademark> available on the same machine as the host FreeBSD installation. For each library to be overridden, do the following:
Open the <emphasis>New override for library</emphasis> drop-down and select the library to be replaced.
Click the <emphasis>Add</emphasis> button.
The new override will appear in the <emphasis>Existing overrides</emphasis> list, notice the <emphasis>native, builtin</emphasis> designation in parentheses.
Click to select the library.
Click the <emphasis>Edit</emphasis> button.
Use the provided dialog to select a corresponding library to be used in place of the built-in one.
Be sure to select a file that is truly the corresponding version of the built-in one, otherwise there may be unexpected behavior.
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The <emphasis>Graphics</emphasis> tab provides some options to make the windows of programs run via WINE operate smoothly with FreeBSD
Automatic mouse capture when windows are full-screen.


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