using native regedit

Jeff Smith whydoubt at
Tue Oct 22 14:14:48 CDT 2002

Thanks for the advice, this should get me by for now.

Of course I would still like DllOverrides section to
work as advertised, but maybe I can hack on it some
more when I am more in the mood.

P.S. Sorry about the HTML message, the Hotmail admins
seem to be playing around with default settings.

  -- Jeff S.

>From: Greg Turner To: "Jeff Smith" , wine-devel at On Tuesday 22 
>October 2002 01:01 pm, Jeff Smith wrote: > I know I must be missing > 
>something very simple, but I cannot seem to
> > get native regedit to run.  The builtin version always > runs instead.  
>The only thing I could think of was an entry > in DllOverrides:
> > "regedit.exe" = "native, builtin".  That did not work.
> > > I have debugged a little and know MODULE_GetLoadOrder > is returning 
>when I add that DllOverride line.  > But I am just not in the mood at the 
>moment for deep digging if > I can help it.  >   -- Jeff S.

>Well, if my wetware HTML parser is working today, I think I understand your 
>problem. Just rename regedit.exe to "winregedit.exe" (or whatever you 
>like), or create a symlink or copy of the native version. (some configs 
>don't respect symlinks).

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