MS-Project and latest Wine on FreeBSD-stable

Felix Kronlage fkr at
Thu Apr 10 00:40:06 CDT 2003

On Mon, Apr 07, 2003 at 04:47:51PM +0200, Felix Kronlage wrote:

> > Better use builtin regedit for that, regapi is old.
> ok, thanks. I'll give that a try.

mmh, that didn't work too good either. The problem I'm having is,
that I can't install MS-Project from within Wine, since the CD-ROM
mode is not implemented on *BSD (according to the FIXME's being outputed),
thus I'm trying to copy over an installation I did on my windows box.
MS-Project apparently needs it's registry entries, since if I try
to start it from the copied files, it complains, that it needs to be

What I did was, dump registry on windows before and after installtion,
prepared a diff of the differences and added these differences with
regedit. After having imported the registry-entries I still get the
same "I need to be installed"-message from MS-Project.

Did anyone successfully get MS-Project up and running from within Wine?
(and a fake Windows-Directory?)

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