glowrak guy wrote:Thanks for the clarification. For people who have not yet added
things like gdiplus, this is referred to as an 'override'.
The wine library .dll files will be in .wine/drive_c/windows/system32
Start winecfg, (it's the wine config gui)
In the winecfg library tab, there is
a simple gui area to select a windows .dll file that you have obtained,
(there are several dll download sites)
I rename the original, gdiplusDEFAULT so its easy to find in a filemanager,
then copy the real one using a filemanager gui.
Then in wine cfg library tab, type in the name of the .dll file,
omitting the .dll extension itself, and press the apply button.
I have installed the .dll overrides that Mk2 mentions
as part of getting other windows plugins
in a working state.
I use the latest wine-staging from wineHQ, and am very happy with the results.
fully removing all distro wine installs,
adding the wine-staging repository to your package manager repository list,
updating your package manager listing
installing wine-staging from the fresh listing
and then reinstalling any needed audio dependencies
that had to be removed while deleting the distro wine version.
The reaper linux forum has a good topic on using
windows plugins, among other related discussions.
yes that's it ! i forgot to mention i use wine-staging branch...
u notice that O2 is a bit slowest compared on windows, and that here on my pc the channel 1 wont work... only the channel 2 and upper seems working.
or maybe its just me but generally u use 1 chanel / track and no more than 3-4 channel together as it's heavy CPU consuming O2 lol.