Wine: MS Money 2004 + IE6
ylan.segal at gmail.com
Fri Jun 9 20:37:53 UTC 2006
Derek Broughton wrote:
> Alan McKinnon wrote:
>>On Friday 09 June 2006 14:46, Ylan Segal wrote:
>>>I will keep you guys posted, and thanks for the help.
>>Welcome to the wonderful world of debugging wine :-)
>>More often than not getting a Windows app working in wine requires
>>some digging around, I find WINEDEBUG most helpful in this. If you
>>don't know what WINE_DEBUG is, there's a lot of info in the docs. In
>>summary, it allows you to select messages from wine that get printed
>>to the console
> This all got me working a little harder on my own wine problem. Here's a
> solution that seems to be working for me (very similar situation, but I'm
> using Quicken).
> - download ies4linux
> - install ie6 from ies4linux
> - Create ~/.wine as a symlink to ~/.ies4linux/ie6
> - just to be safe, I've also added
> export WINEPREFIX=$HOME/.ies4linux/ie6
> to my ~/.bashrc
> - install other Windows software
> ie6 works, and I have managed to get BridgeBase installed and working in the
> same bottle, but I don't actually have my Quicken CD with me, so that will
> have to wait until tomorrow. I hope it's fixed, because I need to get the
> company books done this weekend :-)
Yeah, I need to get Money working ASAP too. Otherwise, accounting will
pile up and it will be a nightmare. If my current Crossover trial fails,
I will try the method described above.
On an unrelated topic, since I downloaded IE6 now like 20 times (for
each install) I noticed that the download speed under Ubuntu is about
twice as fast as Windows (same machine, same network, same ISP, etc).
Has anyone else noticed this before?
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