r.kalbermatter at hccnet.nl
Fri Oct 6 06:49:21 CDT 2006
Tim Schmidt wrote:
> Again, works for me. I believe the only part missing for this case is
> the simulation. Of course, there's the added possibility that apps
> will go mucking about with data other apps care about, in which case a
> per-executable simulated device would be best.
Wouldn't such a combination of two apps mess up under real Windows too?
I mean if they both write to the boot block or whatever on the disk device
directly and change the same offsets then it's going to be a mess. Why
should Wine be able to deal better with that than real Windows?
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