Questions about W2K

lawson_whitney at lawson_whitney at
Thu Aug 23 09:10:43 CDT 2001

On Wed, 22 Aug 2001, Jim Robison wrote:

> Thanks a million, that is one of the main issues that is holding me up.  I
> have emailed him on the side to ask for assistance.
> Thanks again...
> Jim
Yes, and have you made any sense out of his response?

I'd try a no-windows wine (there is a section in
<wine>/documentation/installing.sgml on this; in a pinch you can use
this nasty little sed program to read it:

sed -e 's/<[^<>]*>//g' -e 's/&lt;/</g' -e 's/&gt;/>/g' $1 |less -ni

and you can experiment with different wine config setups by setting
the environment variable WINEPREFIX to tell wine where to look for what
by default is ~/.wine)

Copy your juno directories to your no-windows windows drive, say with

tar -C $1 -cOl . | tar -C $2 -xpf -

see in <wine>/programs/regapi/README about exporting your windows
registry and feeding it to regapi to add to what regapi can get from

and have a go.  If you find a native dll that juno absolutely needs
(juno 2 has not enough memory or disk space if it doesn't get some thing
from native riched32.dll) you can copy it to your no-windows
windows/system dir and add it to wine's config:

"*"            = "builtin, so, native"

"msvcrt"       = "native"
"riched32"     = "native"

"msvcrt"       = "native"

That way you probably lose Dr. Watson.  You might get winedbg instead,
it is still a debugger, but it is _our_ debugger.


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