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Re: [Libguestfs] Emailing: 0002-use-single-registry-change-for-all-supported-windows.patch



> From: unknown <Amos  (none)>

In ~/.gitconfig set:

  [user]
          name = Your Name
          email = your email example com

>  [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Services\viostor\Enum]
> -"0"="PCI\\\\VEN_1AF4&DEV_1001&SUBSYS_00021AF4&REV_00\\\\3&13c0b0c5&0&20"
> +"0"="PCI\\VEN_1AF4&DEV_1001&SUBSYS_00021AF4&REV_00\\3&13c0b0c5&0&20"

This change won't do what you expect.  Because of the vaguaries of
Perl backslash escaping in single quotes, you need to use four
backslashes to get a single backslash in the hive, but only in value
strings.

See:

http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Perl_Programming/Strings#Single_Quoted_Strings

As Matt noted on IRC it would be much better to change this to use a
heredoc.

> -[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\services\RHSrvAny]
> +[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\services\rhev-apt]

This depends on some change (or not) to RHSrvAny.  I made this
change to the service name:

http://github.com/rwmjones/rhsrvany/commit/2de2f11dc0c97aab0f8778aa1ee2dc35f4034a69

Anyway, we can discuss the issue of open sourcing RHSrvAny separately.

> -  <app os='linux' distro='rhel' major='5' arch='i686' name='kernel'>
> +  <app distro='rhel' major='5' arch='i686' name='kernel'>

You seem to be reverting another patch, or was this really
intentional?

>    <!-- Windows -->
> -  <app os='windows' major='5' arch='i386' name='viostor'>
> +  <app os='windows' major='5' minor='1' arch='i386' name='viostor'>
> +    <path>windows/xp/i386/viostor.sys</path>
> +  </app>
> +  <app os='windows' major='5' minor='2' arch='i386' name='viostor'>
>      <path>windows/2003/i386/viostor.sys</path>
>    </app>
> -  <app os='windows' major='5' arch='x86_64' name='viostor'>
> +  <app os='windows' major='5' minor='2' arch='x86_64' name='viostor'>
>      <path>windows/2003/x86_64/viostor.sys</path>
>    </app>
>    <app os='windows' major='6' arch='i386' name='viostor'>
> @@ -86,6 +89,12 @@
>    <app os='windows' major='6' arch='x86_64' name='viostor'>
>      <path>windows/2008/x86_64/viostor.sys</path>
>    </app>
> +  <app os='windows' major='6' minor='1' arch='i386' name='viostor'>
> +    <path>windows/7/i386/viostor.sys</path>
> +  </app>
> +  <app os='windows' major='6' minor='1' arch='x86_64' name='viostor'>
> +    <path>windows/7/x86_64/viostor.sys</path>
> +  </app>
>    <!-- RHSrvAny is compiled as a 32 bit app even on 64 bit Windows -->
>    <app os='windows' name='rhsrvany'>
>      <path>windows/rhsrvany.exe</path>
> @@ -94,8 +103,8 @@
>    <app os='windows' name='firstboot'>
>      <path>windows/firstboot.bat</path>
>    </app>
> -  <app os='windows' name='firstbootzip'>
> -    <path>windows/firstboot.zip</path>
> +  <app os='windows' name='firstbootapp'>
> +    <path>windows/rhev-apt.exe</path>
>    </app>

This seems fine.  Do we have separate versions of viostor for all the
versions of Windows, or are all those just the same file?

To what extent have you tested and proven this works?

Rich.

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