• DLL files

    From Scott Rudy@VERT to All on Mon Feb 7 19:22:08 2022
    What direvtory do I put the Visual Basic .DLL files necessary to run Synchronenet. i am using Windows 11. I believe tgey are some type of run time e files. I left a message before about it and can not find the reply message back.

    Thank you,

    Scott

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Scott Rudy on Mon Feb 7 19:26:07 2022
    Re: DLL files
    By: Scott Rudy to All on Mon Feb 07 2022 07:22 pm

    What direvtory do I put the Visual Basic .DLL files necessary to run Synchronenet. i am using Windows 11. I believe tgey are some type of run time e files. I left a message before about it and can not find the reply message back.

    https://wiki.synchro.net/install:win
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  • From Nightfox@VERT/DIGDIST to Scott Rudy on Mon Feb 7 21:44:41 2022
    Re: DLL files
    By: Scott Rudy to All on Mon Feb 07 2022 07:22 pm

    What direvtory do I put the Visual Basic .DLL files necessary to run Synchronenet. i am using Windows 11. I believe tgey are some type of run time e files. I left a message before about it and can not find the reply message back.

    Synchronet wasn't written in Visual Basic and does not require any Visual Basic DLLs. Also, you don't need to manually copy any DLLs to the Synchronet directory.

    It looks like Digital Man replied with a link to the Windows installation instructions. You may be thinking of the Visual C++ redistributable packages - You need to install those and those installers will copy the required DLLs to the required places on your system.

    Nightfox

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