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glowrak guy
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Re: Native Access

Post by glowrak guy »

A few things come to mind...and from the above topic,

Use wine-stable 5.x from wineHQ repository. Make sure any older distro-based wine was fully removed.
(If possible, a fresh Ubuntu Stusio install to an external drive, would be good luck.)

Set winecfg to present itself as win 10 (retry as win 7 later, if still no success with the following:

install 32bit support:

sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 && sudo apt update

install libgnutls30

install winbind

mkdir /home/y-o-u/iso-files

Run native access, and when the download 'fails', command

mount -t udf /home/y-o-u/.wine/drive_c/users/y-o-u/Downloads/name-of.iso -o unhide /home/y-o-u/iso-files

cd /home/y-o-u/iso-files

find the now visible installer, and launch it with

wine name-of-installer.exe

Move the installer for backups as desired.

Hope it helps!
torgeir
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Re: Native Access

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Suggestions on how to get past the dreaded "No compatible update found"? https://imgur.com/Xwnkc8M.png

Edit: Ubuntu studio 20.04.1 LTS, wine-5.0 (Ubuntu 5.0-3ubuntu1), with all of @glowrak guys suggested settings from the earlier posts
glowrak guy
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Re: Native Access

Post by glowrak guy »

NI have a helpful tool that lets you clear registry entries allowing a fresh installation
of their products. I've used it in the past without problems.

https://support.native-instruments.com/ ... s-Windows-

You could also rename .wine and make a new .wine folder and do a fresh install.
After installing a NI product in wine, Native Access needs to be restarted for it to
place the product in the installed category. Just checked, and It's working fine here.

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torgeir
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Re: Native Access

Post by torgeir »

Thanks! Yeah, I actually finally got this working last night! :D

I lost count of the number of attempts, I probably did like 15+ installs of everything, assuming I got some of the dll-overrides, wine architecture or wine version (stable vs staging) wrong. However, what actually got me in the end was that I was using a relative path for the Native Access.exe binary, and not a fully qualified one (!)

I did

wine ".wine/drive_c/Program Files/Native Instruments/Native Access/Native Access.exe"

instead of

wine "/home/username/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/Native Instruments/Native Access/Native Access.exe"

The latter consistently works, while the former does not.

For the record, the suggested mfc140 and mfc42 dll overrides seem to be working fine. I also installed urlmon, webio, winhttp and wininet as per https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager. ... gId=108258
but I suspect they are not nescessary. This was on Ubuntu studio 20.04.1 LTS, wine-5.0 (Ubuntu 5.0-3ubuntu1), and wine works fine with a 64bit env.

I`m off to enjoy GGD through Kontakt and will probably stay away from Native Access until I have no other option than to open it again 8)
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