[Wine]crash in cvs from 10/16
masochisthalo at yahoo.com
Sun Oct 17 18:56:15 CDT 2004
I think some clarification is needed on this topic.
Are you trying to run IE? Or, was IE once running, and
now, it no longer runs with this newer version?
If its the first, then you should try method #2 on
www.frankscorner.org - I used to run IE all the time
using that method, and quite successfully.
--- Dan McGhee <farmerdan at i-rule.net> wrote:
> Rob Hughes wrote:
> >Attached is the debug. I'm attempting to run
> ie6setup (don't ask). Any
> >ideas are appreciated.
> I've been "fussing" with IE6 for awhile. From what
> I've done, I think
> that IE6 is probably installed on your wine system,
> but that it just
> won't run. Check your .wine/drive_c/windows/Windows
> Update Setup Files/
> to see if all the CAB's are there. Also check
> .wine/drive_c/windows/system to see if ie6setup put
> all the appropriate
> dll's there. I don't know what "all appropriate"
> means but it's a
> bunch. I run IE6 with ole32, olepro32, oleaut32 and
> rpcrt4 all as native.
> Currently, cvs updated Oct 13, I can't get IE6 to
> run at all. Try running
> <WINEDEBUG=+loaddll wine .wine/drive_c/Program\
> Explorer/IEXPLORE.EXE> and see if IE6 exits after
> the WININET.DLL call.
> Then you will have replicated the same symptoms as I
> am currently having.
> I see by the info you have provided that you are
> using Mike Hearn's
> script. It works. I think also that if you try to
> run his script on
> the September snapshot you'll find that IE6 works
> except for the Help.
> I have posted to the wine developers list, but as of
> my response to this
> my info hasn't made it yet. I hate to write more
> here because it will
> be just duplicating info. But I will post here if
> my other e-mail
> doesn't make it.
> Good luck.
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