regedit man page

regedit — Wine registry editor

Synopsis

regedit [text file]

Description

regedit is the Wine registry editor, designed to be compatible with its Microsoft Windows counterpart. If called without any options, it will start the full GUI editor.

The switches are case-insensitive and can be prefixed either by '-' or '/'.

Options

-E file [regpath]
Exports the content of the specified registry key to the specified file. It exports the whole registry if no key is specified.
-D regpath
Deletes the specified registry key.
-S
Run regedit silently (ignored, CLI mode is always silent). This exists for compatibility with Windows regedit.
-V
Run regedit in advanced mode (ignored). This exists for compatibility with Windows regedit.
-L location
Specifies the location of the system.dat registry file (ignored). This exists for compatibility with Windows regedit.
-R location
Specifies the location of the user.dat registry file (ignored). This exists for compatibility with Windows regedit.
-?
Prints a help message. Any other options are ignored.
-C file.reg
Create registry from file.reg (unimplemented).

Bugs

Bugs can be reported on the Wine bug tracker.

Availability

regedit is part of the Wine distribution, which is available through WineHQ, the Wine development headquarters.

See Also

wine(1),
Wine documentation and support.

Info

November 2010 Wine 1.9.23 Wine Programs