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Doug Clark

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ODIN - System32 directory
« on: May 01, 2019, 06:48:55 pm »
Looks like ODIN is installed as part of AOS, which is great, and updated via RPM, which is also great.

However my ODIN installation on 2 AOS machines does not have an ODIN/SYSTEM32 directory.

The README and user manual both say that ODIN.INI should be located in ODIN/SYSTEM32, as well as ODCININST.EXE. I find both in USR\LIB\ODIN

So it looks like there is an ODIN tree under USR\LIB\ODIN and another ODIN tree under VAR\LIB\ODIN - but no SYSTEM32 directory anywhere. SYSTEM32 is the directory that holds DLLs common to multiple programs in Windows. Is there a substitute directory used in ODIN, or should I just manually create a SYSTEM32 directory and add it to the WINDOWSPATH?


Andreas Schnellbacher

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Re: ODIN - System32 directory
« Reply #1 on: May 01, 2019, 07:02:52 pm »
I've found ODIN.INI in \usr\lib. It contains full pathnames for WINDOWS and the exes. Apparently SYSTEM32 was replaced.