Previously I showed you how to build software on Fedora which will run on Windows. You can run this software on Fedora using Wine, but it's also nice to know that it even runs on a real Windows machine. Here are some screenshots of the installer running under Windows XP. Remember that this was entirely created on a Fedora Linux system, using completely open source software:
The menubar across the top of the screen comes from virt-viewer. Windows is running virtualized.
Notice the desktop shortcuts for each application, added by nsiswrapper automatically. In future we'll actually want to disable some of these since they don't really make sense for command line applications.
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