Adding devices in setupapi
m.b.lankhorst at gmail.com
Wed Feb 20 15:07:15 CST 2008
2008/2/19, Juan Lang <juan.lang at gmail.com>:
> > How hard is it to create a stub forwarder dll for setupapi and cfgmgr32?
> Not sure what you mean exactly. cfgmgr32 should forward to setupapi
> already, and I sent a patch that does that for the few stub functions
> that it had. setupapi's CM_* stubs could be improved, but I don't
> think you'll be able to forward them to any native code to try out: I
> expect the Windows configuration manager is rather too low level to
> run under Wine.
> You'll probably want to create a hacky version of setupapi that
> creates a fake device tree, with a root, USB hub, and iPod device,
> just to see if that makes iTunes happy.
I think it probably does something similar to:
Except instead of mapping a drive to usb device, it does it the other
After looking more into it it really looks like this is the thing it
does. (I need a bunch of hacks for it to work, but alas.) However it
doesn't get me much further since our IOCTL_STORAGE_GET_DEVICE_NUMBER
ioctl is a stub. I would need something that can at least guarantee
uniqueness per volume for it, perhaps a conversion of drive letter to
integer. Now I just need to figure that one out.
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