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Re: WINE on Cygwin
On Thu, 03 Nov 2005 16:00:51 GMT, Alexander Gottwald wrote:
> On Thu, 2005-11-03 at 07:41 -0800, Andrew DeFaria wrote:
>> I guess I don't see the point. Isn't Wine an emulator for running
>> Windows apps on Unix/Linux? If so then why would you need it under
>> Cygwin as Cygwin already runs on Windows so if your want to run a
>> Windows apps, well then just run the Windows app!
> Sometimes it's useful to have a separation between the program and
> windows. You could trace all registry or file access of a program. Wine
> would be useful for remote program usage since it exports the display
> via X11.
This still sounds fairly pointless. the tools from sysinternals.com allow
you to monitor all file and registry access from an application. A VNC
client will solve your remote operation needs.
So what is the real reason for wanting to do something so perverse ?
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