Opening the app just don’t work. Tried to install “sudo winetricks dotnet40” but that didn’t help.
Still says: “This application requires one of the following versions of the .NET Framework: .NETFramework, Version=v4.7.2”.
This is what i get when i switch prefix architecture to 32.
lutris-wrapper: FFXIV TexTools
Started initial process 20327 from /home/—/.local/share/lutris/runners/wine/lutris-fshack-6.21-6-x86_64/bin/wine /home/—/Games/textools/drive_c/Program Files (x86)/FFXIV TexTools2/FFXIV_TexTools.exe
Start monitoring process.
esync: up and running.
wine: WINEARCH set to win32 but ‘/home/—/Games/textools’ is a 64-bit installation.
Monitored process exited.
Initial process has exited (return code: 256)
Exit with return code 256
I have no idea how to install it with 32 bits. Quite new to this kind of stuff.
WINEPREFIX is where your wine folder is I would recommend making a new called .wine32 and install in that folder. WINEARCH is the one that decides if wine is 32 or 64 bit
open Terminal and put in WINEPREFIX="$HOME/.wine32" WINEARCH=win32 wine wineboot to make a 32bit wine folder.
then under your home folder, you can now see a folder called .wine32 if you have said show hidden folder. I’m not sure how you installed it but if you used an exe file then just put WINEARCH=win32 wine "exe location here" in the terminal and it will use the 32bit wine.
hm… i only used Arch once so I can’t say for sure but it looks the same as on pop and ubuntu.
You can try WINEARCH=win32 WINEPREFIX=~/win32 wine "/home/******/Games/Install_TexTools.exe"
or export WINEARCH=win32 wine `"/home/******/Games/Install_TexTools.exe"
First of all, Thank you very much for the response. I’m loosing hope that i’ll get this to work.
So i ran: $ WINEARCH=win32 WINEPREFIX=~/win32 wine "/home/***/Games/Install_TexTools.exe"
And it seemed to install both textools and .NET. This after i’ve ran all sorts of installs via terminal incl $ winetricks dotnet472 Don’t think that helped me but hey, just one of all the stuff i tried.
So im not sure what did it, i renamed the folders to .win32 and .win64. Yes there is a folder called .wine but not .wine32. All seem to have stuff installed in them and at this point im not sure what installed what. Textools is installed in the .win32 folder. But FFXIV is installed in an all together diffrent folder under ~/Games/ and i don’t see how Textools would interact with the game as it is now.
What i do know is that: WINEARCH=win32 wine "/home/***/.win32/drive_c/Program Files/FFXIV TexTools/FFXIV_TexTools/FFXIV_TexTools.exe"
Still give’s me: wine: WINEARCH set to win32 but '/home/***/.wine' is a 64-bit installation.
It worked! Ok, here’s what you do. You install the script with lutris, which will install the program for you, but it says it needs NETFramework 4.7.2 when you start it. it has also installed a folder called textools in your home folder if you have not changed the install location in lutris. You need to download this https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2088631. It NETFramework 4.8 offline, the newest version. After downloading it, you open lutris, and in the top left corner, you click on the cross (add a new game) under the name you are just going to call it whatever you like. Under runner, you choose Wine. Then you click on game option on the top and under executable, you choose the exe you just downloaded. Under wine prefix, you select the textools folder, and that it click save and start the by double-click on it and wait to it finish after that, you should be able to run the program.
If its to hard to understand i could easily make a video showing you how.
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