rwalls at gwi.net
Sun Sep 4 08:49:49 CDT 2005
I would check out franks corner, great stuff on running many different
apps one wine.
There are other scripts floating around as well, which a google search
should bring up with little effort.
Łukasz Hejnak wrote:
> My name is Łukasz and I'm a webmaster (kind of a AA meeting ;)
> So anyway I'm one of those, that don't think:
> "Hmm.. I use browser _put_your_favourite_browser_here_ so anybody else
> should use this browser also, or else..."
> And I need a test ground to check how the websites work in other
> browsers - one of to unluckuly be IE.. ("IE stands for internet access
> - both ways")
> So.. I thought of wine, I tried one version, I got a couple of erros,
> tried fighting them for a moment, but couldn't do it..
> So then I tried another 'fresher' version of wine, still with the same
> luck.. and so on.. finishing on the current cvs :]
> My question..
> Which version of wine, is best to use with the IE, and what extra
> steps to take when installing/working with it?
> And no, get a windows, is "NO" answer ;]
> The response can be in a form of a link to a, well known by everyone
> except me, page with a step-by-step tutorial, that I haven't found ;]
> Another thing I wondered to be possible, when trying to find a solution,
> would it be possible to emulate on-line the behavior of other browsers
> - not just the one I'm currently using?
> In a form of a web page - select a browser - enter the adress - see
> how it looks :]
> Would have to use some advanced java/flash but I think - maybe it
> would be?
> As long as IE and Firefox/Opera fight - it would be a good place for,
> I hope, many webmasters, without extra harware and windows'es :]
> Best regards
> Łukasz Hejnak
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