uriukti wrote:Good afternoon friends. I hear very well the difference in the sound quality of windows and linux. It is collosal. Therefore, I switch to linux and also try to drag NI NA here. So far I've stumbled across all the same problems. I'm using playonlinux. My NA works with wine 3.14. But it works badly. It crashes without installing the application correctly until the end. But after restarting it says that the application is installed if the application was zip. And if the iso installation does not happen. I use a 32-bit version of NA, because 64 bit version did not get installed. I will try just as you try to achieve the installation and if I find good methods, I'll write here.
Native Access crashes or stops because it tries to start a Wine incompatible iso mounter (after downloading the iso file) for the downloaded iso and maybe also tries to start something for zip files.
Anyway, Wine can't handle it but the iso or zip file actually downloads and then needs to be installed manually.
Native Access downloads the file ok in ~/.wine/drive_c/users/user/Downloads (user is your username)
The file can be a iso or zip file.
If the downloaded iso file is manually mounted in Linux and installed then when Native Access is run again it will say that it's installed, same goes for a downloaded zip file.
The iso file needs to be mounted as a udf with a unhide option because the iso is Windows/Mac and the Windows part needs the unhide option.
sudo mount -t udf ~/.wine/drive_c/users/user/Downloads/isoname.iso -o unhide /mnt
cd /mnt and then install.
To unmount the iso change to a drirectory away from /mnt and then sudo umount /mnt