Anyone managed to get this to install? It seems to need a specific Microsoft plugin MDAC 2.8 Refresh, which is hinted at here: http://wiki.winehq.org/NativeOdbc I think, but I don't believe Winetricks is going to work with Crossover. Any hints? I'm on Scientific Linux 7.1 with Crossover 15.0.1.
With Crossover 15.1.0 Living Cookbook 2015 now installs and runs! However, any attempt to right click on one of the included recipes and duplicate or scale it causes the program to throw up an error message. Also the built in recipe web search is very very slow, though that's probably to be expected.
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