Wine install fails at libicns #14967

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ssbanerje opened this Issue Sep 16, 2012 · 11 comments

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@ssbanerje

I am trying to install wine using homebrew on OSX 10.8.

It seems to be getting stuck at compiling libicns, where it finds Undefined symbols for architecture in the linking step.

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Brew-doctor cannot find anything wrong in the configuration.

@adamv

Please brew update then brew rm libicns && brew install --universal libicns. We had a bug involving universal binaries not being built; this could clear it up.

@timvinc

I am having this issue as well, but brew install --universal libicns results in the exact same error.

@mistydemeo

It looks like the problem comes from a 64-bit only libpng. Do you have a Homebrewed libpng installed? Does reinstalling with brew install libpng --universal help?

@timvinc

Ah! Yeah that did the trick for me, thanks!

@ssbanerje

Ok.... That seemed to have fixed the problem with libicns.... but now I see that libfreetype does not have 32 bit libraries installed....

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is there any ay I can install wine with the 64bit libraries

@2bits
brew rm -f freetype
brew install --universal freetype
@Anks

I had the same problems with installing wine on OSX 10.8. Running:

brew rm libpng && brew install --universal libpng
brew rm freetype && brew install --universal freetype

fixed it for me, too.

@2bits

In a week or two this sort of issue will be overcome by a commit from Jack that allows dependencies to specify command line options, #14456

@2bits

@subszero would you close this now if it works for you?

@ssbanerje

sure...

@ssbanerje ssbanerje closed this Sep 22, 2012
@swt83

Just to confirm, this also worked for me:

brew rm libpng && brew install --universal libpng
brew rm freetype && brew install --universal freetype
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