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Old 09 January 2013, 20:24   #1
elowan
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Missing library error

Hi there, i try to install AIAB r10.6 within Win-UAE, but no chance:

I tried Latest Win-UAE version and down to 1.1.

No matter what, i get this error when installing AIAB:

"asl.library Need reqtools.library ..."

The funny thing is, i tried to install AIAB on a Mac osx emulator "E-UAE" and got the same error... but i get the install done with "MaxUAE" - a very ooooold emulator. But the only one, who gets it running - so far.

In the AIAB bundle ist a Win-UAE config file, for version 1.4.4. - so i installed 1.4.4 and get still the same results

Question:

What is missing and where? Is it on the Win-UAE side or something with AIAB?



solved! I just had to run Win-UAE in Admin-mode

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Old 09 January 2013, 20:37   #2
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You have some file permission weirdness on Windows side if you need to run winuae in admin mode.
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Old 10 January 2013, 08:07   #3
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hmmm, i´ll check for that. But i remember something similar on my AIAB mac install.
Some permissions have to be changed for the installation to work correct.

Maybe it´s just because all Win-UAE and AIAB files are in C:\Programms(x86) and when manipulating files there, you have to confirm all actions.

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Old 10 January 2013, 08:10   #4
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Check if you can open libs/reqtools.library using any text editor (outside of WinUAE). Also make sure it isn't installed in Program Files because it is normally read-only under Vista and later.
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Old 10 January 2013, 17:28   #5
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I can open reqtools.lib and the user-rights are just normal. It is not write protected.

I installed AIAB just like the guide... but the guide is for Win XP or older maybe. So, next time, i try to install AIAB, i put it somewhere else, just not in Programm-directory.
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Old 10 January 2013, 17:46   #6
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Copy whole directory outside of program files and try again to test it.
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Old 10 January 2013, 20:39   #7
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I installed ClassicWB v27 instead of AIAB, using a new Version of Win-UAE.
Put the "amiga files" in my personal folder and it works flawless

Just for curiosity i tried the same with AIAB, using Win-UAE (1.4.4 and 2.x) - but now it seems, when inserting an workbench.adf file in df0, the installation is not aware, that the desired disk has been inserted.. no matter how many times i click on "Retry".... man, this is total strange, got no clues

Let´s blame AIAB install-script, maybe just way too old
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