IEs4Linux – Install Internet Explorer on Linux with One Script

IEs 4 LinuxPreviously, I published a tip to install Internet Explorer (IE) on Linux, but it was rather complicated for most of the new Linux users. IEs4Linux is a simpler way to run IE on Linux. Besides IE6, it also supports IE 5.5 and IE5!

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Install Internet Explorer 6 on Linux

Thanks to WINE, you can run Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 on Linux quite well by now. Techblogging shows us the instruction to install Internet Explorer 6 on Linux.

  • Get recent wine.
  • Add a new user named “windows” to your system.
  • Use gksu -u windows xterm to open a shell as the windows user.
  • Download dcom98.com and ie6setup.exe, save them to /tmp.
  • Type the following commands:
    cd
    wget http://www.kievinfo.com/2/ie6_overrides.reg
    wine regedit ie6_overrides.reg
    wine /tmp/dcom98.exe
    wine /tmp/ie6setup.exe
    exit
  • Now, you can run IE by following command:
    gksu -u windows wine C:\Program\ Files\Internet\ Explorer\IEXPLORE.EXE

[via Techblogging]

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