I think I have a rarely used app here and it may be unknown to many.
This is a .net48 basic and assembler development environment for the good old C64. A home computer from the 80s. Within the application settings, there is another app (exe) that communicates with the C64 via IP and parameter transfer.
In detail: The development environment compiles the code and passes the program to the command line tool, which then forwards the program to the C64 via IP address and parameters.
I ask because this constellation has worked so far with “Playonlinux”, but not with Bottles. Does anyone know what settings I can make so that this also works with Bottles? Many thanks for your help.
Hello. Welcome to Bottles forum.
It probably used some dependency that you need to install in Bottles.
If you say that it’s a .net then I would try installing dotnets dependencies inside your bottle.
One year ago people on Github wrote that you need dotnet 3.5
C64Studio 7 on Linux using mono · Issue #56 · GeorgRottensteiner/C64Studio · GitHub
Hello and thank you for your answer.
In the meantime, the software has also been released for .NET 4.8 and .Net 4.0 and 4.8 is installed in Bottles. The main program also works, but not the additional plug-in within the software. In this constellation, however, it works under PlayOnLinux. But very unstable, which is why I switched to Bottles.
Would be good to check what PlayOnLinux installs and try it in Bottles. I don’t know how to check that though. Maybe they have script installers like Lutris…