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disc0tech

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  1. I tried with just upgrading to wine 1.3.8 but I still got the same error: The Windows Installer Service could not be accessed. This can occur if you are running Windows in safe mode, or if the Windows Installer is not correctly installed. Contact your support personnel for assistance. So I just nixed my .wine directory, installed msi2, tried to install .net2 and .net3 but I'm not clear whether they were completely successful (in particular .net3 got itself into a loop I had to ^C out of...). This seemed to work and Evernote is working again! Performance still doesn't seem to great, but hey... Note I am running: - 2.6.35-23-generic kernel - Ubuntu 10.10
  2. Interested to hear your results, I'm on the 1.3.6 branch.
  3. Those errors are similar to those I posted on the bug report (but not identical), page faults relating to MSI assemblies. I tried installing 'MSI2' in wine, and that moved me forward to getting errors about the 'windows installer'.
  4. Maybe I am expecting too much from a company I pay money to that has the slogan "Access Anywhere... Evernote works with nearly every computer, phone and mobile device out there.." Anyway, I didn't mean to derail focus from the fact 4.0 does actually work with Wine Is anyone else having problems installing 4.0.2 via MSI?
  5. 4.0.1 works for me but is too slow. Upgrading to 4.0.2 appears to be impossible. It seems to be an MSI related issue. I've added further information to http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=25027 Why on earth does evernote not support linux? Seems to be an obvious gap in the solution.
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