On 07/31/2013 08:14 AM, Igor Mammedov wrote:
operating systems return 0xFFFFFFFF if the argument to the
_OSI method specifies an earlier version of Windows. For example,
Windows 7 returns 0xFFFFFFFF for both “Windows 2009” (Windows 7) and
“Windows 2006” (Windows Vista®)."
This would imply that all moder windows versions return 0xFFFFFFFF
in response to querying Windows 2001.
To see what a modern Linux supports, see
Looks like the result of this patch is to always disable
the 64 bit window?
Yep, patch is not valid.
Did you look further into this? It would be useful for pvpanic as well.
From my quick research, it looks like "Windows 2006" || "Windows
2006.1" || "Linux" would work, but I have not tested it.