[Wine]faking network shares
fergal at esatclear.ie
Mon Aug 16 11:24:50 CDT 2004
Perhaps someone could add this to
"The dosdevices Directory"
Windows shares can are mapped into the <TT CLASS="FILENAME">unc/</TT>
directory so anything trying to access <TT
CLASS="FILENAME">\\machinename\some\dir\and\file</TT> will look in <TT
For example, if you used Samba to mount <TT
CLASS="FILENAME">\\machinename\some</TT> on <TT
CLASS="FILENAME">/mnt/smb/machinename/some</TT> then you can do
CLASS="PROGRAMLISTING">ln -s /mnt/smb/machinename/some unc/machinename/some</PRE>
to make it available in wine (don't forget to create the unc directory if it
doesn't alrady exist).
On Mon, Aug 16, 2004 at 01:18:45PM +0100, Mike Hearn wrote:
> Fergal Daly wrote:
> >The message I was getting was
> >fixme:file:wine_nt_to_unix_file_name UNC name L"\\??\\UNC\\machine\path"
> >so I had a look in the code and found the relevant place, added a few
> >printfs and found that that
> >maps to
> >so it is supported, it just doesn't seem to be documented anywhere that I
> >could find. Everything is working nicely now.
> >I'll write a quick FAQ entry if I get time today. Thanks,
> Cool! You're right, this does appear to be totally undocumented, I had
> no idea about this. It should probably go into winecfg and the man pages.
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