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Thread: Linux Registry Editor

  1. #31
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    Re: Linux Registry Editor

    Interesting necroposting.

    I was the first poster!
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    Re: Linux Registry Editor

    Quote Originally Posted by forrestcupp View Post
    Interesting necroposting.

    I was the first replier!
    fixed.

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    Re: Linux Registry Editor

    The utility "Offline NT Password & Registry Editor" has such feature. It can be found at :

    http://pogostick.net/~pnh/ntpasswd/

    The address has changed since last post !
    Last edited by pirulo; January 14th, 2010 at 03:50 PM.

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    Re: Linux Registry Editor

    I used PCRegedit (http://www.pcregedit.com/) to edit my Windows Registry.
    (I couldn't use the Windows built-in regedit because of a login/logoff-loop.)

    This program is freeware.

    It worked great for me!!!

    It's a small Linux Distribution which can't do anything except editing the windows Registry.

    Just download the .iso file, burn it on CD and start from CD.


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    Re: Linux Registry Editor

    Just a thought. Prehaps adjusting wine and its C: drive to that of the windows partition might of done the trick just a thought...
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    Re: Linux Registry Editor

    The thread that just won't die.
    Are you a trumpet player?
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    Re: Linux Registry Editor

    Ah yes as long as the windows registry exists so will the desire for a solution.

    Reged
    I have tried reged but it is very clumsy, crashes often and some documented features just don't work. For example the help states you can get all the keys in the hive with the . designator but then it complains that it cannot find key ".".

    Code:
    reged version 0.1 080526, (c) Petter N Hagen
    -x <registryhivefile> <prefixstring> <key> <output.reg>
       Xport. Where <prefixstring> for example is HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
       <key> is key to dump (recursively), . means all keys in hive
    
    -e <registryhive> ...
       Interactive edit one or more of registry files
    -v : More verbose messages
    Reged does come with the source so I plan to look at extending it's capabilities to add a batch mode to it.

    PCRegedit
    I downloaded PCRegedit and it's good if you want a bootable CD with a GUI. It did write to my XP's dirty even though I didn't save any changes bit thus forcing a CHKDSK cycle on next boot. I wonder what else it did?

    Neither offer a search function and PCRegedit does not export or import.

    That's my two bits.

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    Re: Linux Registry Editor

    Thread closed - necro.

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