Mozilla 1.0.1 Win32 works almost flawlessly
wine-devel at sun.consumer.org.il
Mon Nov 11 04:13:45 CST 2002
That may be ok for renaming wininint.ini, but there is a whole bunch of
other stuff that needs to be done. Off the top of my head, I can think
of the following:
windows.ini run= sections
On NT, remove the RunServicesOne and RunServices and wininit.ini, but
Delayed rename (easier for us to implement, actually)
All users start menu
I must admit that I am not sure where Andreas' current code stands. I
will note that, in many ways, the NT infrastructure is easier for us to
implement than the 9x infrastructure.
Dominik Strasser wrote:
> Dimitrie O. Paun wrote:
>> On November 7, 2002 11:40 am, Andreas Mohr wrote:
>> [Cc:ed to the list maybe people want to comment of it]
>>> Now how to solve the winelauncher wineboot launch problem ?
>>> This needs to be done on first launch only, and it needs to avoid race
>>> Maybe we could add the lockfile command (courtesy procmail) to Wine
>>> and implement it with that ?
>> I think we need a well defined notion of 'boot'
>> What about this: on server startup, we do this:
>> if (wine_need_reboot())
>> The thing is:
>> 1. dead simple
>> 2. atomic, avoids races
>> 3. fast
>> Surely I may be missing something, but what's wrong with the above?
>> (mind you, I know nothing about the server, but still... :))
> Ever since this discussion has started, I am thinking of doing the
> above on server _shutdown_. But I always had (and have) the feeling
> that I am missing something.
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