[Wine] Re: Quicken 2005 Won't Connect to Internet
rick2210 at earthlink.net
Mon Mar 19 00:53:10 CDT 2007
Daniel Skorka wrote:
> Pete Ricksecker <rick2210 at earthlink.net> wrote:
>> I am using PCLinuxOS distro 0.93a which is based on Mandriva (Mandrake)
>> linux. I am currently using wine 0.9.28 which was installed from the
>> tarball. I have also tries 0.9.23 which was installed from an rpm on
>> PCLinuxOS update site installed with Synaptic.
>> At some places a window is opened stating that I need internet explorer
>> 5.5 or greater installed even though 6.0 is installed. Also at another
> You managed to install IE 6.0 in a standard wine setup? I thought only
> ies4linux could do that.
>> point it states the Gecko must be installed (Mozilla HTML rendering) but
>> will not download it, which is strange as it would download and install
>> a few days ago.
> Try to find out where to download manually.
>> This seems to be related to missing registry entries. Any thoughts?
> Not really, no. At this point I would need a copy of Quicken 2005 to get
> any further.
I stand corrected. I am not able to install IE6. There was a time
before Wine adapted the current registry setup (changed from the config
file) and you could install IE6, DCOM98, Truetype fonts and a bunch of
other stuff using a program called Winetools 0.9.
However, I can't get winetools 0.9 to download and Microsoft has shut
down the source site for the IE6 code so it will not longer install and
the places that give instructions how to down the full code don't work
either. Found a guy on Ebay that sells full copies so I bought a copy.
Will see if this works.
Also, there was a point in time where I was able to install Quicken
through Wine and it all worked. Don't know the version of Wine nor the
level of the Linus kernel that I was using at the time.
Doesn't seem to be good coordination when an app will work with one
version of Wine and is broken with the next.
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