Guys, I'm extremely nervous, please help me.
I use Linux. Earlier was able to install MT4 via Wine without any problem.
Since the latest some builds of MT4 it is impossible to install the MT4.
I get this:
It requires I do enter proxy settings. As far as I know, I don't use any proxy.
How this issue can be resolved?
You can install it elsewhere (Windows) and then copy the folder over.
Or, you can install with Wine 1.5.16 which apparently avoids the proxy issue
The copy method is already known by me (I did it until now), but it is impossible that doesn't exist better and straight method?!
I've already tried 1.5.16 without success (maybe I did something wrong).
Please remember that this not really a MetaTrader issue, but a problem with Wine. MetaTrader is only guaranteed to work on a Microsoft Windows. I am sure that MetaQuotes try to anticipate some of Wine's peculiar functionally, but in essence, Wine is just a virtual emulation of Windows and can never be 100% the same as the original.
Note that Wine is not a fully stable application. Thus, some functions
in the applications you start under it may work improperly or not work
Note that Wine is not a fully stable application. Thus, some functionsin the applications you start under it may work improperly or not workat all.
Of course, I've tried everything written there before but without success.
Wine 1.5.16 is bosh, doesn't work.
There is nothing useful on the "official" link you gave.
Whatever I do, it always DOES ASK proxy.
This is a shame on Metaquotes. If they unwilling to make a native MT4 for Linux, at least they should make a workaround to resolve this annoying problem!
Currently it is impossible to install a fresh MT4 on Linux!!!
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