Panther in Vista


  1.    26 Nov 2006 #1
    vasu Guest

    Panther in Vista


    After installing Vista RC1, there's a folder created in \Windows directory
    called 'Panther' which has some log files and other files.
    Does anybody know why this folder has been named as Panther?
    Does this folder still there in Final ver. of Vista?
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  2.    27 Nov 2006 #2
    Tom Ziegmann Guest

    Re: Panther in Vista


    That is the folder where setup logs are stored.

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    "vasu" <vasu@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:495995CB-2793-4C35-AAB4-75FAFBB9C2DD@microsoft.com...
    > After installing Vista RC1, there's a folder created in \Windows directory
    > called 'Panther' which has some log files and other files.
    > Does anybody know why this folder has been named as Panther?
    > Does this folder still there in Final ver. of Vista?


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  3.    27 Nov 2006 #3
    Lang Murphy Guest

    Re: Panther in Vista


    \windows\panther folder is in RTM. Looks like Windows setup stuff. Why they
    named it Panther? Dunno.

    Lang

    "vasu" <vasu@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:495995CB-2793-4C35-AAB4-75FAFBB9C2DD@microsoft.com...
    > After installing Vista RC1, there's a folder created in \Windows directory
    > called 'Panther' which has some log files and other files.
    > Does anybody know why this folder has been named as Panther?
    > Does this folder still there in Final ver. of Vista?


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  4.    27 Nov 2006 #4
    Robert Firth Guest

    Re: Panther in Vista


    Yups. The folder was in Beta 2 and the final version (RTM). Hey, they had to
    name it something...

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    "Tom Ziegmann" <tziegmann@msn.com> wrote in message
    news:8951E76B-8F57-4863-AD22-B817CD624496@microsoft.com...
    > That is the folder where setup logs are stored.
    >
    > --
    > Tom Ziegmann
    > Microsoft Certified Professional
    > Microsoft Core OS TechBeta Tester
    >
    > Windows Vista Ultimate RTM
    > WEI: 5.7
    > "vasu" <vasu@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:495995CB-2793-4C35-AAB4-75FAFBB9C2DD@microsoft.com...
    >> After installing Vista RC1, there's a folder created in \Windows
    >> directory
    >> called 'Panther' which has some log files and other files.
    >> Does anybody know why this folder has been named as Panther?
    >> Does this folder still there in Final ver. of Vista?

    >


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  5.    27 Nov 2006 #5
    vasu Guest

    Re: Panther in Vista


    Yes Tom , but Why the unusual name ?

    "Tom Ziegmann" wrote:

    > That is the folder where setup logs are stored.
    >
    > --
    > Tom Ziegmann
    > Microsoft Certified Professional
    > Microsoft Core OS TechBeta Tester
    >
    > Windows Vista Ultimate RTM
    > WEI: 5.7
    > "vasu" <vasu@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:495995CB-2793-4C35-AAB4-75FAFBB9C2DD@microsoft.com...
    > > After installing Vista RC1, there's a folder created in \Windows directory
    > > called 'Panther' which has some log files and other files.
    > > Does anybody know why this folder has been named as Panther?
    > > Does this folder still there in Final ver. of Vista?

    >

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  6.    27 Nov 2006 #6
    Chad Harris Guest

    Re: Panther in Vista-->Panther congenital phenom wants to be Tiger


    Panther is the genetics term for the birth of a mamal that wanted to be a
    Tiger but did not have enough of the genetic code appropriate to become one

    However, in the annals of genetics there is a convoluted history where the
    tradition of steeling was upheld by both the Panther camp from MSFT and the
    Tiger camp from Apple and both stole from Xerox Park and IBM.

    CH

    "Lang Murphy" <lang_murphy@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:CF318626-76BD-4018-BF12-9C89851880BB@microsoft.com...
    > \windows\panther folder is in RTM. Looks like Windows setup stuff. Why
    > they named it Panther? Dunno.
    >
    > Lang
    >
    > "vasu" <vasu@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:495995CB-2793-4C35-AAB4-75FAFBB9C2DD@microsoft.com...
    >> After installing Vista RC1, there's a folder created in \Windows
    >> directory
    >> called 'Panther' which has some log files and other files.
    >> Does anybody know why this folder has been named as Panther?
    >> Does this folder still there in Final ver. of Vista?

    >


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  7.    27 Nov 2006 #7
    Chad Harris Guest

    Re: Panther in Vista-mammal has 2 ms/msft has one



    "Chad Harris" <FixVista'nRedmondToo@kickit.net> wrote in message
    news:%23E7dHPhEHHA.4280@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
    > Panther is the genetics term for the birth of a mamal that wanted to be a
    > Tiger but did not have enough of the genetic code appropriate to become
    > one
    >
    > However, in the annals of genetics there is a convoluted history where the
    > tradition of steeling was upheld by both the Panther camp from MSFT and
    > the Tiger camp from Apple and both stole from Xerox Park and IBM.
    >
    > CH
    >
    > "Lang Murphy" <lang_murphy@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    > news:CF318626-76BD-4018-BF12-9C89851880BB@microsoft.com...
    >> \windows\panther folder is in RTM. Looks like Windows setup stuff. Why
    >> they named it Panther? Dunno.
    >>
    >> Lang
    >>
    >> "vasu" <vasu@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    >> news:495995CB-2793-4C35-AAB4-75FAFBB9C2DD@microsoft.com...
    >>> After installing Vista RC1, there's a folder created in \Windows
    >>> directory
    >>> called 'Panther' which has some log files and other files.
    >>> Does anybody know why this folder has been named as Panther?
    >>> Does this folder still there in Final ver. of Vista?

    >>

    >


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  8.    27 Nov 2006 #8
    Colin Barnhorst Guest

    Re: Panther in Vista


    Microsoft like to use the names of places, colors, and other things that
    cannot infringe on copyrights. Other than that, who knows. Ben Armstrong
    of MS told me one time that they have a service running at MS that they can
    pick names from for projects, etc. Who knows.

    "vasu" <vasu@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:692CA099-DD31-4037-98A4-EB521CC3C954@microsoft.com...
    > Yes Tom , but Why the unusual name ?
    >
    > "Tom Ziegmann" wrote:
    >
    >> That is the folder where setup logs are stored.
    >>
    >> --
    >> Tom Ziegmann
    >> Microsoft Certified Professional
    >> Microsoft Core OS TechBeta Tester
    >>
    >> Windows Vista Ultimate RTM
    >> WEI: 5.7
    >> "vasu" <vasu@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    >> news:495995CB-2793-4C35-AAB4-75FAFBB9C2DD@microsoft.com...
    >> > After installing Vista RC1, there's a folder created in \Windows
    >> > directory
    >> > called 'Panther' which has some log files and other files.
    >> > Does anybody know why this folder has been named as Panther?
    >> > Does this folder still there in Final ver. of Vista?

    >>



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  9.    27 Nov 2006 #9
    Synapse Syndrome Guest

    Re: Panther in Vista


    "Colin Barnhorst" <colinbarharst(remove)@msn.com> wrote in message
    news:uvxRQdjEHHA.4112@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...
    > Microsoft like to use the names of places, colors, and other things that
    > cannot infringe on copyrights. Other than that, who knows. Ben Armstrong
    > of MS told me one time that they have a service running at MS that they
    > can pick names from for projects, etc. Who knows.


    ????

    Is everybody missing the point that Mac OSX 10.3 is called Panther? I think
    it was a bit of tongue-in-cheek at Redmond.

    ss.

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  10.    27 Nov 2006 #10
    Colin Barnhorst Guest

    Re: Panther in Vista


    No, no one is missing the point. When I asked in a TechBeta chat about the
    name some time ago we were told that the usage predates OS/X Panther. It
    may not even be new to Vista.

    "Synapse Syndrome" <synapse@NOSPAMgomez404.elitemail.org> wrote in message
    news:%239ELKvkEHHA.4808@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...
    > "Colin Barnhorst" <colinbarharst(remove)@msn.com> wrote in message
    > news:uvxRQdjEHHA.4112@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...
    >> Microsoft like to use the names of places, colors, and other things that
    >> cannot infringe on copyrights. Other than that, who knows. Ben
    >> Armstrong of MS told me one time that they have a service running at MS
    >> that they can pick names from for projects, etc. Who knows.

    >
    > ????
    >
    > Is everybody missing the point that Mac OSX 10.3 is called Panther? I
    > think it was a bit of tongue-in-cheek at Redmond.
    >
    > ss.



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