[Wine] Internet Explorer installs under wine as default Win2K
butthen crashes when run...
okrg at ukr.net
Mon Nov 28 02:04:36 CST 2005
From: xyzzy1 at hotpop.com
To: kvideoencoder at gmx.net, wine-users at winehq.org
Date: Sat, 26 Nov 2005 12:58:16 +0200
Subject: Re: [Wine] Internet Explorer installs under wine as default Win2K butthen crashes when
> On Sunday 20 November 2005 14:18, Philipp Ludwig wrote:
> > Am Sonntag 20 November 2005 09:36 schrieb xyzzy1 at hotpop.com:
> > > Thanks for the responses... I have not tried this yet. I am resisting
> > > the idea that I have to load >250K of garbage (?) registry entries into
> > > my wine registry simply in order for Internet Explorer to work under
> > > Win2K. Is this right? What are all those values for? Does any other
> > > application need all of this?
> > Hm I understand you, but...
> > the reg files have changed; I had downloaded a 330 KB tgz. When you extract
> > this, it's about 2 MB.
> > All these values are the standard windows registry entries which are
> > created during the windows installation:
> > - CLSIDs
> > - document types
> > - key structurs (HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\...)
> ok... Thanks for the reply. If I feel like polluting my Wine space, I'll
> install these values and see if it works for me.
> On a general note, what does this do in terms of licensing. That is, if I own
> a copy of Windows 98, does that give me the right to install copied registry
> values to my Wine installation from a vanilla install of Win2k? Isn't that
> where these registry values come from?
> Why aren't the necessary date provided by a Wine install?
> Is there any other workaround to be able to get IE6 to work under Win2k Wine?
> > - ...
> > Some other applications profit from these things.
> > I've uploaded the old archive for you:
> > http://people.freenet.de/mf2-online/ie6registry.tgz
I did all steps described in this thread but IE6 under Win2k Wine doesn't work.
bash-2.05b$ wine "iexplore.exe"
IE window doesn't appear.
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