[Wine]cannot run Wine
motub at planet.nl
Fri Jul 2 10:39:53 CDT 2004
Stefan, could you please post your mails to the list, and not to me
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I usually change the order of the To: and CC: fields as well, so that my
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for neatness' sake. I also often remove the cc, because who needs
duplicate emails (one from the list, and one from the sender personally)?
I will forward your message to the list (via this reply), and answer
there, after I've read it there.
To the List--- sorry for top posting; the real continuation of the
thread is below.
Stefan Munz wrote:
>Am Freitag, 2. Juli 2004 15:52 schrieben Sie:
>>Stefan Munz wrote:
>>>I changed my wine (version 20040615) config file to test your problem with
>>>accessing a real win system drive and noticed that wine seems to ignore my
>>>setting in the [wine] section. I have w2k installed and the system dir is
>>>"winnt" when I change my wine config to point to winnt as win dir it
>>>complains still that
>>>c:\\windows ist not accessible
>>>even if there is a problem with accessing this drive the correct warning
>>>c:\\winnt ist not accessible
>>>Am I right?
>>Did you also change the Wine emulation type from win98 (where the
>>Windows drive is C:\Windows) to win2k or winxp (where the Windows drive
>>I don't see how Wine would know to look for C:\WINNT otherwise.
>the windows system dir is set in the [wine] section of the wine config file
>and (as far as I know) independent from the windows version that wine
>emulates. If this is wrong, please correct me!
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