DVD Profiler 3.5.1 fails to run on Lucid 64bit

Bug #521348 reported by Klaus Doblmann on 2010-02-13
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Wine
Invalid
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Nominated for Trunk by Klaus Doblmann
wine (Ubuntu)
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Bug Description

Binary package hint: wine

I have preciously run DVD Profiler perfectly on 32bit versions. A few weeks ago I switched to the development version of Ubuntu 10.04 and also switched to 64bit. Since then DVDProfiler refuses to load at all due to an access violation. See attached console-output for details.

According to Stuart Middleton on the WineHQ Bugzilla this seems to be an Ubuntu-related bug as the same version of Wine on OpenSuse 10.2 64bit executes DVDProfiler just fine.

wine: Call from 0x7b836742 to unimplemented function ntoskrnl.exe.KeSetEvent, aborting
wine: Call from 0x7b836742 to unimplemented function ntoskrnl.exe.ExfInterlockedRemoveHeadList, aborting

Confirming, those are unimplemented.

If it's using driver and the actual errors you pasted comes from this program's installed driver and not something else then it won't work any time soon on Wine if ever.

I'll add that this appears specific to this distribution (Ubuntu 10.04) as the same Wine version works (in a fashion) for DVD Profiler on OpenSuse 11.2 64bit.

Thanks for your input - especially to Stuart for confirming this is most likely a distro-specific bug. I reported it on launchpad: https://bugs.launchpad.net/wine/+bug/521348

Klaus Doblmann (moviemaniac) wrote :

Binary package hint: wine

I have preciously run DVD Profiler perfectly on 32bit versions. A few weeks ago I switched to the development version of Ubuntu 10.04 and also switched to 64bit. Since then DVDProfiler refuses to load at all due to an access violation. See attached console-output for details.

According to Stuart Middleton on the WineHQ Bugzilla this seems to be an Ubuntu-related bug as the same version of Wine on OpenSuse 10.2 64bit executes DVDProfiler just fine.

Klaus Doblmann (moviemaniac) wrote :
tags: added: regression-potential
removed: regression
Changed in wine:
status: Unknown → Confirmed

Setting this to invalid. The culprit was that I used the same /home with the same config-files when switching from karmic 32bit to lucid 64bit. Most applications survived it, but DVDprofiler needed a complete reset of wine's config files...

Klaus Doblmann (moviemaniac) wrote :

The problem was that wine's registry entries for DVDprofiler from 32-bit-Karmic didn't work in 64bit Lucid. Resettign Wine's registry and config fixed this bug for me.

Changed in wine (Ubuntu):
status: New → Invalid
Changed in wine:
status: Confirmed → Invalid

Closing invalid.

Changed in wine:
importance: Unknown → Low
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