[Wine] Re: Internet Explorer Installation
dmcgowan at deniment.on.ca
Tue Apr 25 22:04:30 CDT 2006
Ok, I know this is going to be a stupid question, but by native version of
inseng.dll do you mean native to Windows?
Also, I did the big bad and used Winetools (Read: Newbie), and am seeing why
it may not have been the brightest thing I've ever done.
I've done uninstalls of winetools and wine (using rpm -e) and re-installed
wine 0.9.12 on Suse 10.0, I've looked several places, but I cannot find
anywhere that gives instructions on how to get Wine up and running as stable
as possible...i.e. with Internet Explorer 6.1 sp1 installed, because lots of
windows programs requires some portion of it, and all of the little windows
items that need to be installed to provide a reasonable environment for the
windows apps to run.
If anyone knows of where I can find such instructions, please let me know.
If no such instructions exist in one place, I'll volunteer to gather them
together and create a step by step install process, I'll just need some
On Tuesday 25 April 2006 18:39, truiken at gmail.com wrote:
> Stephen Bauman wrote:
> > I'm trying to install MS IE 6 SP1. I'm using Fedora Core 5 and the Wine
> > that comes with wine.0.9.11-1.fc5.rpm from the distribution.
> > "Setup was unable to download the required components. Please make sure
> > you are connected to the Internet or try to run Setup again later."
> > I'm definitely connected. Are there any settings that are required for
> > Wine, that I should set manually?
> To install IE6 with the latest wine, you have to copy a native
> inseng.dll to .wine/drive_c/windows/system32, then run ie6setup.exe
> with native advpack like so:
> WINEDLLOVERRIDES=advpack=n wine ie6setup.exe
> Wine's advpack is being implemented, and the setup should work without
> native advpack by the next release (hopefully.)
> James Hawkins
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