[ros-dev] Job offer: Linux tool to create a valid Windows Registry hive file
matthew.therault at gmail.com
Wed Nov 19 18:51:54 CET 2008
WTF IS THIS?
2008/11/19 Martin v. Wittich <martin.von.wittich at iserv.eu>
> we are a software development company that develops and maintains a
> Linux-based server solution called IServ, designed for use in schools.
> We are in business since 2003, and there are currently about 370 schools
> in Germany using IServ as their portal server.
> One feature that we would like to integrate into our product is the
> possibility to customize the ntconfig.pol file. This file, located on
> the server's netlogon share, can deploy registry settings to Windows
> clients - it is especially important because it can deploy
> HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE settings. This file is a binary registry hive. At the
> moment, we have to create this file manually with poledit.exe.
> We need a Linux program which can automatically generate this file.
> 1) It should read plain text files as input, for example an INF file.
> 2) The resulting policy file must work with Windows 2000 and XP x86
> clients. It should be possible to easily test this by using the command
> "Load Hive" in Regedit.
> 3) The preferred programming language is Perl, C/C++ is also OK. Other
> languages should also be possible, but only after prior consultation
> (just to make sure nobody comes up with Java ;) ).
> 4) The resulting source code should be released as open source, e.g.
> under the GPL.
> We would like the program being finished in one month. We will pay you
> EUR 300 for it. If the program is very much work and you feel you need
> more money, submit us an offer.
> A Perl library to dump binary registry files to plain text:
> ntconfig.pol - Our current policy. This must be generated automatically.
> ntconfig.pol.dump - Plain text dump of that file, generated with
> winnt.adm - Template to edit our policy file with poledit.exe.
> Our homepage: http://iserv.eu (only in German, though)
> Yours sincerely,
> Martin v. Wittich
> Falk & Ludwig GbR
> Rebenring 33
> 38106 Braunschweig
> Telephone: +49 531 380 4450
> E-Mail: martin.von.wittich at iserv.eu
> Internet: http://www.iserv.eu
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