AVR Studio 5 on Linux with WINE

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Anyone get Studio 5 working with WINE?

I had AVR Studio 4.x working (mostly) by installing Internet Explorer first and using a few dll overrides. The solution wasn't pretty but as it's my only Windows APP (besides games) that I needed I can't justify a dual boot or bothering with a virtual setup.

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You can't run .NET4 in wine, since it requires genuine windows to be installed. And since AVR Studio 5 is based on top of that, it will not work. At least until the wine guys figure out a way to solve that. You'll still not be able to interface with USB. I would love to see USB support hacked into wine.

Hans-Christian

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If I was developing applications for a living, I would use Qt and C++ for everything, which would make it easy to create builds for Windows, Linux, and Mac.

I would venture to say that AVR Studio 5 will NEVER work in Wine.

I like cats, too. Let's exchange recipes.

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By the way, who does all of that awesome artwork for Atmel? I really dig the new box art on the STKs, the 3D light bulb guys for Studio 5, and the 3D lady bugs.

I like cats, too. Let's exchange recipes.

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Trollicus_Rex wrote:
the solution wasn't pretty but as it's my only Windows APP (besides games) that I needed I can't justify a dual boot or bothering with a virtual setup.

How about windows in http://www.virtualbox.org/ and run that in linux? Not quite the same as wine but I run several windows apps that way with no problems...

Thanks,
Phil.

"If they did that in Manchester, they'd be chinned"