I have been using wine to run a mapping application called Tracklogs
. It provides Ordnance Survey 1:25000 mapping that can be printed as well as upload routes to my GPS.
It has worked perfectly since Fedora 8, I last updated wine appDb
in January 2010 reporting that it was working with Fedora 12 and wine version 1.1.32.
Since wine has been updated, I now get an error dialog
"Microsoft Visual C++, This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way. Please contact the applications's support team for more information".
As far as I am aware tracklogs does not use Visual C++ Runtime, so I am not sure why it is even installed. It is a clean install of wine and this is the only application I have.
It has worked consistently for over 2 years and 4 versions of Fedora and no doubt multiple updates of wine, but at some point recently something has changed with wine that causes this error. Have they included Visual C++ Runtime by default? Is there anyway to get rid of it?
Any ideas? Thanks for reading this.