[Wine] Re: Using native Dlls from original Win2000

sdavmor sdavmor at fakeemailaddy.com
Mon Mar 19 00:51:59 CDT 2007

Duane Clark wrote:
> Norbert Möndjen wrote:
>> Hallo
>> Short Question: How can I tell wine to use for all missing or native Dlls
>> the win2000-Directory on the other mounted harddisk.
> The (non) answer is that you shouldn't. Usually that will make programs 
> work worse, not better. You should generally only try individual native 
> DLLs when you suspect (or know) that particular Wine DLL is causing 
> problems.
>> And second question, how can I remove completly the
>> winebrowser-functionality. I want to use ie6 in wine couse the 
>> application
>> I use want this browser and his extensions an makes heavy use of it. It
>> crashes imediatly if it finds out thats its not ie starting. Happens in
>> Original-Windows to. In Windows it crashes the Computer completly if
>> netscape or firefox coming up instead of IE.
> I strongly suggest that you use ies4linux for that purpose.
> http://www.tatanka.com.br/ies4linux/page/Main_Page
> That will create a separate Wine directory structure for you, and makes 
> IE run almost flawlessly for me. There is no need to remove the 
> winebrowser functionality.

I'll 2nd that.  It really does work very well, if you have to have IE6.
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