On Sun, Jan 16, 2000 at 12:51:40PM -0500, John Fortin wrote:
> > If at all possible, it'd be nice if a user that hasn't got write
> > access to C: or to the system part of the registry can install
> > libggi (possibly by putting a config file in the same folder as libggi
> > or something).
> > 
>       If I go with a registry solution, which seems likely, I doubt I'll
> support the above.  It gets too confusing have different configuration
> methods.  I'll try to have the registry in the user section of the
> registry.  I haven't done much with accessing the registry, so I have
> some work to do.
>       If there a problems with access to the drives, it will have to be
> worked out with the NT Administrator, just like unix :)

At a school I studied at about two years ago we used NT and most
programs with installers refused to work. A few worked, and all that
could just be unpacked into a directory and run worked. The
administrators weren't very cooperative. (It doesn't matter for me
anymore, but it might for someone else.)


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