[Ubuntu-US-PA] UBUNTU Live CD WINE
silvertip257 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 13 14:30:03 GMT 2010
Try booting in Windows safe mode to make any fixes.
If your account still acts odd, try the Administrator account. You
may need to backup your Documents and then recreate your Windows
Not much of a Linux solution here ... Wine isn't designed for that
kind of usage.
I find Ubuntu or any Linux distro a nice break from Windows during the
work week and as required for school. If anything, an Ubuntu LiveCD
should keep you online and give you an OS to use for research
(assuming you only have one computer).
// SilverTip257 //
On Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 06:02, Willie Hickson <williehickson at hotmail.com> wrote:
> hello, my name is willie and i have situation that needs immediate
> my problem is that my windows xp is doing the "auto log on then log off
> i need to get into the registry to fix the 'userinit.exe' file and point it
> in the right direction.
> i have tried just about everything. i tried remote access through another
> computer (network registry) that didn't work. i've tried PC regedit that
> didn't work, because it can't see the 'userinit' file. Bart PE didn't work
> using the "HIVE" method because again it can't see the 'userinit' file. I've
> tried knoppix, because it has WINE but it's not pulling up the regedit
> i'm trying ubuntu for the first time and i must say it's impressive. it pick
> up all my hardware and it's allowing me to see my harddrives. i went into
> terminal and typed regedit and gave me a message saying " regedit can be
> found in wine, i'll have to enable component called 'universe' ". well, this
> is what i want to do.
> i want to install wine into the live cd. when i run the ubuntu live cd, wine
> will be available in the application package and i can try to change the
> registry via ubuntu. can you help me with this task?
> thank you.
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