EldoS | Feel safer!

Software components for data protection, secure storage and transfer

Installing CBDisk on various flavors of Windows

Also by EldoS: Solid File System
A virtual file system that offers a feature-rich storage for application documents and data with built-in compression and encryption.
Posted: 12/01/2009 00:18:54
by John Hyde (Standard support level)
Joined: 10/11/2009
Posts: 9

You supply 3 drivers, = x86, ia64 and x64.

I can determine which CPU architecture is currently running my application:
Using "IsWow64Process" determines if 32bit or 64bit
Then "GetNativeSystenInfo" determines ia64 or x64.

Can I rename the drivers CBDiskX86.sys, CBDiskIA64.sys and CBDiskX64.sys then, in InstallDriver( ), I just point to the correct filename?

Or does the system expect the driver to called 'CBDisk.sys' and I have to keep them in separate directories?

Tnx, John
Posted: 12/01/2009 02:38:37
by Volodymyr Zinin (EldoS Corp.)

It should work but we haven't tested such possibility. So it's better to keep the drivers in separate directories. And more over in the next major release the installation mechanism will be changed. It's expected there will be only one cab-file where all the binaries necessary for the installation will be placed.



Topic viewed 4486 times

Number of guests: 1, registered members: 0, in total hidden: 0


Back to top

As of July 15, 2016 EldoS Corporation will operate as a division of /n software inc. For more information, please read the announcement.

Got it!