Ubuntu starting to support windows autorun.inf on cd-rom
Vijay Kiran Kamuju
infyquest at gmail.com
Wed Jul 4 00:26:24 CDT 2007
> Thanks for your constructives criticisms.
> I was thinking more about putting the wine path in a gconf key so that
> you can specify it directly.
> Trying to search the path using the methods you described can be used
> then as a fallback when the key is not present or invalid.
> > I would say that please have a look at wine module code in guidance.
> > for checking whether wine has been installed or not.
> > and to get its path.
> What is "wine module code" ?
> I tried grepping the wine source code for cedega and cxoffice but found nothing.
> Please point me in the good direction.
In KDE there is a configuration gui for wine in the
Similar to winecfg, I think its a product of Google SoC.
Check the source code of wineconfig.py.
I feel that I am a bit vague here, but the download the source for
guidance in the website mentioned and see the wineconfig.py.
To see how they check whether wine is installed or not.
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