02-06-2011 02:17 PM
Hello Linux users, please download the new WINE 1.3.13 !!
With Wine 1.2.2 it was not possible to install the EN X4 trial version with valid key on Ubuntu 10.10.
After the release of WINE 1.3.13 yesterday, I downloaded it and installed it (Direct from browser or after:
To install Wine open a Terminal window (Applications -> Accessories -> Terminal) and copy+paste the following lines:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install wine1.3).
This new Wine release has new tools for creating MSI installers.
The wine installation happened problemless. (Screenshot 23).
After a new start of Ubuntu, EN X4 was installed without uninstallation of EN X3.
Screenshot 20 shows the beginning of the installation. At the end of the installation, Ubuntu 10.10 was new started .
EN X3 has disappeared and only EN X4 can be seen in Wine folder. Configure EN X4 started successfully too. Please note that it is a test concerning the start of the configuration files. Word Office is not installed in Wine folder.
As previously described, the oxt file for LibreOffice Extension manager doesn 't work here.
Test with another distros (Like Suse 11.3 rel. 6 , PC linux OS a.s.o....) in due course.
03-18-2011 02:20 PM
I just install wine 1.3 and ran the update to endnote 4.0.2 in Ubuntu 10.10 with the Wine PPA added to my repos. I also ran the 2 winetricks commands you said to run but now I cannot open endnote. WhenI clikc on it it opens in the menu bar but nothing happens and eventually the menu entry goes away.
I was hoping you might have some ideas.
With Wine1.2 and Endnote X4 it opened but some of the text didn't display properly.
Thanks very much,
03-18-2011 03:18 PM
Have you bought the the EN X4 without patches or with patches?
I used the commercial ENX4 version bought last year.
With Wine 1.3.13 you can only install the ENX4 version without Patches 14.01 and 14.02. These are for windows programms (e.g. Word 2010..) and the updates don't work with linux. I send you tomorrow some screenshots about this aspect.
If you read my previous messages with screenshots, you can see the missing text parts too. The same occurs with the new Suse 11 and other linux distros.
With EN X2 the text can be seen but not with ENX3 and X4.
With best regards
03-18-2011 04:38 PM
I probably should have posted in this thread:
I followed those instructions...
03-22-2011 05:28 PM
i posted the following message last month :
02-08-2011 07:05 PM
J.Ryan wroted 2009:
"There are no plans to create a Linux version of EndNote. Our Web-based
bibliographic tool, WriteNote, works through a Web browser on all
platforms - including Linux.
We do hear requests for CWYW plug-ins for many different word processors
fairly often and we would love to be able to accommodate this - but this
is just not economically feasible. The MS Word CWYW plug-in is over 1
million lines of C++ code that would need to be heavily customized, and
tested for each application. We just do not have the staff bandwidth to
do this for all [or even some] of the other popular word processors."