[Wine] Re: Windows apps from windows parttion
quantum_liam at yahoo.co.jp
Sat Dec 10 14:24:09 CST 2005
it should be possible to copy the registry keys over to wine for most apps.
GuruLounge - MailLists wrote:
>I'd have to guess "no" on this one. I believe wine uses it's own
>registry settings, so for most windows apps to run they need to be
>configured in the windows registry -- unless they happen to be
>stand-alone apps that don't require any special files or registry
>settings (some of these do exist).
>I'm assuming you'd like to run programs installed on your windows
>partition like Office 2000 or similar.
>The only way I could think of to change this is to configure wine to use
>the registry and drive assignments of your current windows partition.
>I've never seen any references to this and couldn't tell you how to do
>it. I'd be a little afraid to try myself because I'd worry that wine
>might corrupt the registry on my windows partition.
>On Thu, 2005-12-08 at 18:11 -0800, Noah Poellnitz II wrote:
>>I'm sure this has been asked and answered before, but I had trouble
>>searching the archives for an answer. I have Windows 2000 on one
>>partion and Fedora 4 on another. Is it possible from Fedora 4 using
>>wine to run applications already installed on my windows partion?
>>"We're on a mission not a small time thing. . "
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