zeldario at wanadoo.nl
Sat Nov 2 16:14:25 CST 2002
Op zaterdag 2 november 2002 22:56, schreef Sam:
> On Saturday 02 November 2002 03:49 pm, Mark Hannessen wrote:
> > > I beg to differ. We do NOT need to crack these games, nor should we
> > > aspire to it. What we need is a method for the original game's code to
> > > verify that a legally CD is indeed in the drive.
> > totaly agree.
> > but in order to do that, we need copyprotection ( like wineX or
> > windows ) but doing that open source is NOT legal. even in my country.
> There is a tool called daemon-tools, which runs as a service on Windows.
> It emulates several different common copy protections, so that you can run
> you backups (and whatever).
> Has anyone tried how well it works under Wine, and if it could be used as
> a solution for running copy protected games under Wine ?
> It can be found at:
> Sam, sam at pcuf.fi
Daemon Tools can't work under Wine, because it uses a device driver.
Also the problem here seems to be that it isn't possible to do such a thing as
Daemon Tools, because it is forbidden with opensource.
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