./tools/wineinstall not able to recognize my Windows partition.
dclark at akamail.com
Sun May 18 14:08:40 CDT 2003
>>However, are you really sure you want to do that? I strongly recommend
>>that you create a "fake" windows install, and just copy over any files
>>you want from the real Windows. Otherwise, you risk messing up the real
> What files exactly do I need to copy over?
Typically, the files (mostly DLLs) in windows\system and fonts in
windows\Fonts. Copy them into the corresponding directory in the fake
In general, the only native DLL I use by default is msvcrt.dll, because
the wine version still needs a lot of work. Other DLLs I only use on a
case by case basis, configured in my ~/.wine/config.
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