[Wine] Re: Windows Kernel & Executive implementation

Stefan Dösinger stefandoesinger at gmx.at
Wed Feb 27 02:26:27 CST 2008

Am Mittwoch, 27. Februar 2008 01:52:32 schrieb richardvoigt at gmail.com:
> With regard to the other things in this thread, if the sysInternals
> group at Microsoft is willing to share the interface between their
> application and driver, wine could easily implement it (ultimately far
> more secure than the Windows solution), then the tools could run on
> wine.  Unless you're expecting filemon running in wine to magically
> start showing all file access even from applications not using the
> Win32 API.
What is the use of just running those tools? Aren't there Linux equivalents 
for it?

If it was a test case for better driver support, then yeah, it is useful, but 
just running those apps by cloning parts of them seems wasted effort to me
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