Halo Server

Jason Yates jaywhy2 at comcast.net
Fri Oct 24 04:31:36 CDT 2003

Sylvain Petreolle wrote:

>Please retry with the latest version, the --dll option has been
>Advice : make sure every wineserver process is dead.
>Run 'wineserver -k' if not.
Thanks for the reply.

Using the latest build 20031016, and setting the WINEDLLOVERIDES 
environment variable to "riched20=n".  I've gotten around the 
riched20.dll problem.  But another error popped up.

warn:module:load_builtin_dll cannot open .so lib for builtin 
L"faultrep.dll": /usr/lib/wine/wine/faultrep.dll.so: cannot open shared 
object file: No such file or directory

I searched my computer and haven't found faultrep.dll.  I've also 
searched google and only a few references came up; but not the actual 
DLL file, which I can't find anywhere.  From the google search, it seems 
the DLL is used for Microsoft products in reporting bugs back to 
Microsoft.  The halo dedicated server has this feature when it crashes, 
as does IE.  Where it asks the user to "Send" or "Don't Send" an error 
report back to Microsoft.

The question is, how does haloded.exe even run on Windows if the 
faultrep.dll isn't present?  Or does it somehow inherent the IE bug 
reporting feature.  Leaving no need for the DLL.

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