[ros-dev] Kernel Question

magnus johnsson magnusjjj at gmail.com
Sun May 23 21:43:19 CEST 2010

I think he meant the reverse. He wants to use Reactos DLL's in windows.

2010/5/23 Andrew Faulds <ajfweb at googlemail.com>

> If I understand you correctly, you want to replace ReactOS dlls with
> Windows dlls?
> Well, it's illegal under the Microsoft Windows EULA, but if that doesn't
> stop you, bare in mind it probably won't work, as ReactOS does not directly
> clone Windows in all areas and in some areas things are implemented in
> completely different ways.
> On 23 May 2010 20:25, ahmet alper parker <aaparker at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I am new to this mail group and have a question that probably needs
>> your kind of technical knowledge to answer. I want to use reactos,
>> however, up to its completion, can I use some libraries on windows to
>> replace them? In example, wine libraries can be superseded by original
>> windows libraries if you own them. I want to make the inverse of this
>> simply for security reasons to use a kernel fully opensource and which
>> have a documented api. So can I use ntkrnlos.exe and hal.dll or
>> similar in original windows installations to replace propriety kernel
>> and libraries for security reasons? If yes, which of them should I
>> use, and are they complete to replace them?
>> Also a second question may arise as "the priority of reactos
>> development can be focused on firstly these parts of the project or
>> not?"...
>> Best Regards...
>> Ahmet Alper Parker
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