Monday, August 07, 2006

Setup MS Internet Explorer In Linux in Just a Few Easy Steps

I know I'm not the only one that needs to use Internet Explorer from time to time. There are sites I use such as that have features setup specifically to be viewed with Internet Explorer. Here's some info that should help you setup Internet Explorer on your Linux machine. My Linux version is Ubuntu.

If this link to setup Internet Explorer on your PC doesn't work, then Google "ies4linux" and see what you find. All that you need to install is "wine", "cabextract" and the script that comes with Ies4linux. All the directions you need are on the page that the link in this paragraph takes you to.

Here's a screen shot of Internet Explorer 6 on my Linux box. Click on image for full size.