View Full Version : Can a fixme be a problem? - program doesn't start

December 31st, 2012, 12:02 PM

I'm trying to get a little program run with wine. I need it to get access to a tipping bucket (measures rainfall) via USB. The porgramm is called Tinytag Explorer. I got it installed but it just doesn't want to start. I managed to eradicate all error and fixme manages so far and now I'm left with only one:

(terminal output)

fixme:imm:ImmReleaseContext (0x20034, 0x1f6118): stub
Does anyone have an idea about this or, to be more precise, does anyone can give me an answer whether this message can be the reason for the program not to start? Because when I google this in the forum, I always read posts which say: Don't care for the fixmes, they are just for developers. Can anyone confirm this in my case? Or is there indeed a solution for that problem?

Thanks a lot, Weisskrautbrautkleid

Ubuntu 12.04
Wine 1.4.1 from the Wine-PPA
no other Windows-Software installed
fresh Wine - no changes in config or the registry

December 31st, 2012, 02:17 PM
the fixme are warnings, like a todo list for devs, but not errors.

Actually with 1.5.19/20 there is some issue loading apps (meanly games right now, but maybe more)


you can vote (affect me too) to get dev attention.