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    Default Can't install IEs4Linux in openSUSE 11.1 anyone can help?

    Hi
    When i want to do this command:
    PHP Code:
    rpm --import http://software.opensuse.org/openSUSE-Build-Service.asc 
    from the shell the following error shown to me:
    error: http://software.opensuse.org/openSUS...d-Service.asc: import read failed(-1).
    warning: u 0x808adf8 ctrl 0x808b330 nrefs != 0 (software.opensuse.org http)
    I get the commands from the IEs4Linux web site.
    Anyone can help?

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    Default Re: Can't install IEs4Linux in openSUSE 11.1 anyone can help

    The HowTo is for SLED 10, which is a different product then openSUSE.

    Use the general instructions, but befor you do make sure you have installed wine and cabextract

    Code:
    su
    zypper install wine cabextract
    Then proceed with the general instructions

    greetings Kump

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    Default Re: Can't install IEs4Linux in openSUSE 11.1 anyone can help

    You can actually install IE in wine.
    winetricks is handy to assist (google it)

    Or use XP in Virtual Box - way better
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    Default Re: Can't install IEs4Linux in openSUSE 11.1 anyone can help

    Hi,

    Why not just use openSuSE, even better.

    There are plenty of browsers out there.

    Regards,
    Barry.

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    Default Re: Can't install IEs4Linux in openSUSE 11.1 anyone can help

    Barry,

    There are no great solutions for running shockwave or activeX under Linux accept to use IE. So "use another browser" is not actually an effective solution in some cases. There are several sights I visit for college using activeX for which there is no other solution than to use IE and ies4linux is perfect for this.

    Pete

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