I am pretty new to PlayOnLInux, and honestly I am not well versed in Wine even, but I've played around with various virtual machine technologies in the past. I've been using Arch Linux for a number of years, and it is my main OS at home. I try to avoid booting into Windows when I can, so I wanted to download an app from the Windows Store and try it under POL/Wine. I cannot, it turns out, for all the wrong reasons, but that's not why I'm here.
To make a long story short, I thought, "Hey, why not try Edge under POL." Well, that did not work so well. It would not even install. I was ready to drop it, when I thought that I could just try it under Wine. Well, to my surprise, it did work under Wine! So, whatever is going on must be in the POL environment.
I tried googling the error, and I got all sorts of odd hits. I don't understand this log output:
What I really don't understand is why is it looking for l3codeca.acm.so in my home directory? I can clearly see the file is in /usr/lib/wine/x86_64-unix, which is probably why it works under Wine.
Also, I just figured out that I can switch the Wine version to use the system Wine in the configuration, and it will work ... not, but at least it gets farther along.
So, is it the location? Is it the version? Inquiring minds want to know. :) In any event, this is interesting that Edge will apparently work at all like this (although there is a dev version that will work under Linux as well, so it really depends upon what you are trying to do).
If it matters, uname output: Linux u-love 5.12.11-arch1-1 #1 SMP PREEMPT Wed, 16 Jun 2021 15:25:28 +0000 x86_64 GNU/Linux