[Wine]faking network shares
fergal at esatclear.ie
Mon Aug 16 04:18:48 CDT 2004
The message I was getting was
fixme:file:wine_nt_to_unix_file_name UNC name L"\\??\\UNC\\machine\path"
so I had a look in the code and found the relevant place, added a few
printfs and found that that
so it is supported, it just doesn't seem to be documented anywhere that I
could find. Everything is working nicely now.
I'll write a quick FAQ entry if I get time today. Thanks,
On Sun, Aug 15, 2004 at 01:16:59AM -0400, David Lee Lambert wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 12, 2004 at 12:42:08PM +0100, Fergal Daly wrote:
> > I have an app that wants to read from \\server\directory\file.ini and I
> > don't have an easy way of changing this, so I want to tell wine that
> > \\server\directory is available in /mnt/smb/server/directory. Is this
> > possible? What do I need to do?
> If you try to read from a path starting "\\.\" in Wine (in some versions), you'll
> get a message saying something like "Fixme: UNC name (%s) not supported.", but there
> is basic support for Wine to read from a file directly over an SMB link for paths
> that start with "\\" up until Wine-20040505. It identifies itself as a WfW server
> and doesn't attempt to provide a username or password, as far as I can tell. It
> looks like the relevant functions were deleted before 20040615.
> In principle, Wine could probably provide UNC-name support by calling 'smbclient',
> or by parsing /etc/mtab for 'smbfs' mountpoints and trying to access them like any
> other file. Another alternative would be a configuration-file override to alias an
> arbitrary UNC path as some file, just like the old [Drive X] mappings.
> In your case, would it be acceptable to have a local, static copy of the .ini file,
> and just point Wine at that somehow?
> (Forwarding to the developer's list, since it looks like this is a useful feature
> that was removed because no one was finishing it.)
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