tom.adelstein at gmail.com
Sun Jul 3 15:34:47 UTC 2005
On 7/3/05, Chris Wilson <blixtra at gmail.com> wrote:
> To my knowledge MS Office depends on Explorer (ex. showing HTML in
> Outlook) and Explorer, as with many Windows programs, depends on
> DCOM95. At least the new versions of Crossover Office can install
> Explorer and DCOM95 automatically
> > Hi Emmet,
> > I used version 1.1.2 but I also have somewhere a 2.x version. It mustbe
> > somewhere within my backups. I switched begin april from SuSE (used since
> > v5.3) to Ubuntu and made backups using kdar. I already looked for installing
> > kdar in Ubuntu, but it cannot find a .deb file.
> > I do not know what DCOM95 is, and I would not want to install IE.
> > It worked under SuSE but since I completely switched to Linux, I haven't
> > used it for more than a year now. If only i had kdar, it would make browsing
> > my backups more easy.
> > Bye
> > Best regards,
> > ________________________________
> > Alain Muls
To use Crossover Office with Ubuntu Hoary, you will need the newest
version of Crossover Office 4.2. You will also need to hack the menu.
DOM95 is the basic engine allowing you to install Microsoft applications.
Corssover Office 4.2 costs $39 and includes both the Office and
Plugins - which made the whole thing $100 in the old days.
More information about the ubuntu-users