IEs 4 Linux 2.1 beta 3

There were some bugs on beta2 and maybe IE7 did not work for you. Please try this beta3 with some fixes. Download it here. When running remember to include --beta-install-ie7 as a command-line option.

Thanks for everybody for testing this and helping me make this work πŸ˜‰

27 Responses to “IEs 4 Linux 2.1 beta 3”

  1. David says:

    You are my hero.

  2. You are my hero also, because you brought IE5x and IE6 to my Linux box.

    IE7, however, does not work. I do not expect reply, but here are
    the last few lines of the wine output in case this is helpful for you.
    My system is SUSE 9.2 with wine 20050930.

    WineDbg starting on pid 0x8
    Unhandled exception: unimplemented function ws2_32.dll.getaddrinfo called in 32-bit code (0x404a0383).
    In 32 bit mode.
    Register dump:
    CS:0073 SS:007b DS:007b ES:007b FS:003b GS:0033
    EIP:404a0383 ESP:41b90ca0 EBP:41b90cfc EFLAGS:00200202( – 00 – – I1)
    EAX:404889ad EBX:4050774c ECX:00000000 EDX:00000004
    ESI:41b90d1c EDI:41b90cbc
    Stack dump:
    0x41b90ca0: 80000100 00000001 00000000 404a02f0
    0x41b90cb0: 00000002 4192b9c0 4192ba11 00000000
    0x41b90cc0: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
    0x41b90cd0: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
    0x41b90ce0: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
    0x41b90cf0: 4192ea38 771c64d0 41b90d94 41b90d20
    Backtrace:
    =>1 0x404a0383 RaiseException+0x93 in kernel32 (0x41b90cfc)
    2 0x4192b943 __wine_spec_unimplemented_stub+0x43 in ws2_32 (0x41b90d20)
    3 0x4191d090 __wine_stub_getnameinfo+0x0 in ws2_32 (0x41b90d4c)
    fixme:dbghelp:sffip_cb NIY on ‘wininet.pdb’
    4 0x771cabee InternetOpenA+0x511 in wininet (0x41b90e28)
    5 0x771d922a DetectAutoProxyUrl+0x49d in wininet (0x41b91164)
    6 0x771caccc InternetOpenA+0x5ef in wininet (0x41b9116c)
    7 0x404ea6a0 THREAD_Start+0x130 in kernel32 (0x41b91244)
    8 0x401c48ab start_thread+0x1ab in ntdll (0x41b91a98)
    9 0x4004a7f3 (0x41b91b0c)
    10 0x4010e62a __clone+0x5a in libc.so.6 (0x00000000)
    0x404a0383 RaiseException+0x93 in kernel32: subl $4,%esp
    Wine-dbg>WineDbg terminated on pid 0x8

  3. javajazz says:

    just letting you know i got to your page with ie7. am running wine 9.23 on simplymepis6. can not get to “internet options” though; says i am locked out due to restrictions in force on this computer.

  4. falconcy says:

    Works under edgy, still raw at the edges, but this is some achievement. Thanks for the effort.

  5. jim burns says:

    > Unhandled exception: unimplemented function ws2_32.dll.getaddrinfo called in 32-bit code

    It doesn’t help that you are using such an old version of wine. You are very likely to get many ‘unimplemented function’s with old versions and something so cutting edge as ie7. Go to http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=6241&package_id=79444 and pick up wine-0.9.23-SuSELinux92.i586.rpm and install it. Then you can have the same bugs as the rest of us :-;

  6. Pascal says:

    Me too, I thank you very much for your efforts.
    I still have the same problem as javajazz (prohibited to access “Internet Options”) for IE7 under Edgy.

  7. jim burns says:

    Sergio –

    Thanx for fixing the little bugs in beta2. One remaining, troublesome, but I’m sure easily corrected bug is if you click cancel in the gui, it doesn’t abort, but instead, tries to execute with variables not being initialized. In particular, it starts erasing things in /tmp, including the ‘kde-*’ temp dirs. I’m sure it will do something nasty to Gnome also. Anyway, a little while later, my desktop froze, and even the Ctrl-Alt- sequences didn’t get me out of it, and I had to reboot with the power button. Thanx.

  8. jim burns says:

    Temporary fix for not being able to get into Tools -> Internet Options:

    Edit ies4linux’s lib/install.sh file. After the line that says

    source “$IES4LINUX/lib/flash.sh”

    (which is line 106 in beta3), add the lines:

    kill_wineserver
    echo hit return…; read

    and save the file and start the install. Then, when the install pauses, type ctrl-z to get a prompt, start ie6 and setup your Internet Options. Ie – If you have previously installed ies4linux, just type ‘~/bin/ie6’ to execute the old script. If that file is missing, type the command:

    WINEPREFIX=”~/.ies4linux/ie6″ wine “/home/jimb/.ies4linux/ie6/drive_c/Program Files/Internet
    Explorer/IEXPLORE.EXE”

    Exit ie6, and resume the install (usually ‘fg’ to bring the ctrl-z’ed program back to the foreground).

    This can be extended by adding anything you want between the two added lines. For example, if you’ve been keeping old IE Cumulative Updates, you can add these lines instead:

    kill_wineserver
    wine ~/jimbur~1/downloads/unix/IE6.0sp1-KB833989-x86-ENU.exe
    kill_wineserver
    wine ~/jimbur~1/downloads/unix/IE6.0sp1-KB916281-Windows-98-ME-x86-ENU.exe
    echo hit return…; read

  9. > It doesn’t help that you are using such an old version of wine

    Thanks a lot for this comment; indeed that was the problem.
    Of course, I had updated wine before installing IE7, but
    for some reason I ended up with two parallel installations,
    and the old one took precedence. πŸ™

    IE7 is now running well, which means that I am now a happy user.

  10. Justin Watt says:

    It’s not pretty (IE’s fault, not yours) but I was able to successful install IE7 on Ubuntu’s Dapper Drake (having previous installed IEs4Linux 2.0beta9). I can confirm that GIF images are still displayed as black boxes.

  11. ROBO Design says:

    Hello dude!

    I have WINE 0.9.23, in Ubuntu 6.06.

    This is simply amazing and *extremely* helpful for web development. Thanks very much! Awesome work.

    IE 7 works, I didn’t really expect this, hehe. The rendering is the same as in IE 7 running in WinXP SP 2. Superb.

    I myself don’t care for the IE 7 GUI. The rendering matters. However, getting the IE 7 GUI to also work would be nice. πŸ™‚

    I know this has been requested many times, but please add IE Developer Toolbar as an installer option. Don’t forget you want this to be used by web developers who test web sites, thus IE Developer Toolbar is extremely important. Also, we certainly do not mind clicking Next, Next to install it (I saw you want to keep the script “magical”, but we don’t care).

    I have tried to install the toolbar myself, on top of ies4linux, but it does damage IE 6 in some ways. Plus, when I start IE 6 and I try to use the toolbar to enable the DOM viewer nothing shows up.

    Thanks again, and please don’t forget the purpose: developers-friendly.

  12. jim burns says:

    Ohhh! So THAT’s the purpose! And here I’ve been laboring under the mis-impression that this was the best and fastest end user turnkey install method since winetools went away:-)

  13. jgud says:

    nice work.
    two issues I noticed with this ie7:
    1. no IDN support, even punycode does not work, which works with ie6
    2. phpBB’s transparent gifs are black http://www.phpbb.com/phpBB/

    …and on properties page it states that the protocol is “Protocolo HTTP” πŸ™‚

  14. jim burns says:

    The black .gif’s may be a wine problem. I’ve noticed if you take any win98 install of IE6, and change the winver of the default (or iexplore itself) to win2k, some gifs become black. Similarly, https: links don’t work.

    I had hoped Sergio would work out the kinks and put out an installer for the win2k IE6 (should be a file on Evolt). Let’s face it, some web pages just don’t work w/o win2k or winxp support. Being stuck with a win98 IE6 will eventually get old, but wine needs better ole/rpc and winxp support. Still, I suppose a winxp IE7 will be sexier.

  15. Casper says:

    Hi

    I’ve tryed Beta 3 and It works, but is crashy as told. I could load the Website, and as it seemed to support position fixed and was using the styles from IE7s conditional comment, I can assume it works. Congratulations. Go on πŸ™‚ Thank you for your great job.

    wine: Critical section 7ea8b000 wait failed at address 0x7efade70 (thread 0012), starting debugger…
    WineDbg starting on pid 0x8
    Unhandled exception: wait failed on critical section 0x7ea8b000 thread_data_tls_index+0x44
    err:seh:raise_exception Unhandled exception code c0000194 flags 0 addr 0x7efade70
    kaspi@shedrugge ~/bin $ Process of pid=0x00000008 has terminated

  16. Abe Cede says:

    Great! This version runs on my Fedora Core 6 installation without problems so far! (I am using the standard rpm packages of wine etc. from fedora-extras)

  17. Alexander Smirnov says:

    Great ! I have 3 versions of IE on same box at time !
    I need different versions for debug HTML code and JavaScript compability, and I have one quesions:
    As I see, installing of IE 7 javascript libraries commented in script, as far as IE7 installation work with IE6 script engine. Do You have any ideas how to enable original JavaScript support in IE7 installation ?

  18. Qhartman says:

    Good work! Running Ubuntu Dapper with standard wine install (9.9) IE7 will start (looks like ie6, what little I’ve read on your page makes me believe this is normal. Is it?) but it never finishes loading the initial page, and if I hit stop it crashes out. I’ll do some more digging and see if I can come up with some useful information for you…

  19. mav says:

    That’s sweet! Just downloaded and installed and… it worked! It’s a shame that gif’s dont’ work though :(. But I believe that You’ll find a fix for that too (or Wine guys will). So… thumbs up! And keep up the good work!

  20. lahtis says:

    ’ve tryed Beta 3 and install works, but ie7 crash to loading in website.
    Im used in fedora core 5. And Wine is 0.9.24

    crash report.

    [xxx@xxx ~]$ ie7
    fixme:actctx:CreateActCtxW 0x33fa80 00000008
    fixme:actctx:ActivateActCtx 0xf00baa 0x33f848
    fixme:actctx:DeactivateActCtx 00000000 00f00bad
    fixme:actctx:CreateActCtxW 0x33f754 00000008
    fixme:actctx:ActivateActCtx 0xf00baa 0x33f51c
    fixme:actctx:DeactivateActCtx 00000000 00f00bad
    err:shell:ReadCabinetState Initializing shell cabinet settings
    fixme:actctx:ActivateActCtx (nil) 0x33ed9c
    fixme:actctx:CreateActCtxW 0x33d2dc 00000008
    fixme:actctx:ActivateActCtx 0xf00baa 0x33d0a4
    fixme:actctx:DeactivateActCtx 00000000 00f00bad
    fixme:actctx:ActivateActCtx 0xf00baa 0x33dca4
    fixme:actctx:DeactivateActCtx 00000000 00f00bad
    err:rebar:REBAR_WindowProc unknown msg 200b wp=00000000 lp=71180f00
    fixme:actctx:CreateActCtxW 0x33d180 00000008
    fixme:actctx:ActivateActCtx 0xf00baa 0x33cf48
    fixme:actctx:DeactivateActCtx 00000000 00f00bad
    fixme:actctx:ActivateActCtx 0xf00baa 0x33dbfc
    fixme:toolbar:TOOLBAR_CheckStyle [0x10034] TBSTYLE_REGISTERDROP not implemented
    fixme:toolbar:TOOLBAR_CheckStyle [0x10034] TBSTYLE_REGISTERDROP not implemented
    fixme:actctx:DeactivateActCtx 00000000 00f00bad
    fixme:shell:NTSHChangeNotifyRegister (0x10034,0x00008003,0x00008000,0x0000c072,0x00000001,0x33dc0c):semi stub.
    fixme:toolbar:TOOLBAR_Unkwn45D hwnd=0x10034, wParam=0x00000000, size.cx=1024, size.cy=32000 stub!
    fixme:toolbar:TOOLBAR_CheckStyle [0x10034] TBSTYLE_REGISTERDROP not implemented
    fixme:toolbar:TOOLBAR_CheckStyle [0x10034] TBSTYLE_REGISTERDROP not implemented
    fixme:actctx:ActivateActCtx 0xf00baa 0x33dce4
    fixme:actctx:DeactivateActCtx 00000000 00f00bad
    fixme:toolbar:TOOLBAR_Unkwn464 hwnd=0x10038 wParam 00000001 lParam 00000000
    fixme:actctx:ActivateActCtx 0xf00baa 0x33dc58
    fixme:actctx:DeactivateActCtx 00000000 00f00bad
    fixme:actctx:ActivateActCtx 0xf00baa 0x33dc30
    fixme:actctx:DeactivateActCtx 00000000 00f00bad
    fixme:actctx:ActivateActCtx 0xf00baa 0x33dbe4
    fixme:actctx:ActivateActCtx 0xf00baa 0x33cf28
    fixme:actctx:DeactivateActCtx 00000000 00f00bad
    fixme:actctx:ActivateActCtx 0xf00baa 0x33cf28
    fixme:actctx:DeactivateActCtx 00000000 00f00bad
    fixme:actctx:ActivateActCtx 0xf00baa 0x33cf28
    fixme:actctx:DeactivateActCtx 00000000 00f00bad
    fixme:actctx:DeactivateActCtx 00000000 00f00bad
    fixme:actctx:ActivateActCtx 0xf00baa 0x33dc14
    fixme:actctx:DeactivateActCtx 00000000 00f00bad
    fixme:toolbar:TOOLBAR_Unkwn45D hwnd=0x1004e, wParam=0x00000000, size.cx=1024, size.cy=764 stub!
    fixme:shell:NTSHChangeNotifyRegister (0x1004e,0x00008003,0x0c02b7ff,0x0000c072,0x00000001,0x33dc4c):semi stub.
    err:rebar:REBAR_Layout no redraw and client is zero, skip layout
    fixme:actctx:ActivateActCtx 0xf00baa 0x33dda8
    fixme:actctx:DeactivateActCtx 00000000 00f00bad
    fixme:actctx:CreateActCtxW 0x33b5d4 00000088
    fixme:actctx:ActivateActCtx 0xf00baa 0x33b5b8
    fixme:actctx:DeactivateActCtx 00000000 00f00bad
    fixme:advapi:RegisterTraceGuidsA 0x7721212f 0x7724bfc0 0x771da48c 1 0x33b7d8 (null) (null) 0x7724bfc8
    fixme:advapi:RegisterTraceGuidsA 0x7721212f 0x7724bfe0 0x771da49c 1 0x33b7d8 (null) (null) 0x7724bfe8
    fixme:advapi:CheckTokenMembership ((nil) 0x183e78 0x33b7d0) stub!
    fixme:actctx:CreateActCtxW 0x33a594 00000088
    fixme:actctx:ActivateActCtx 0xf00baa 0x33a578
    fixme:actctx:DeactivateActCtx 00000000 00f00bad
    fixme:actctx:ActivateActCtx 0xf00baa 0x33b740
    fixme:actctx:DeactivateActCtx 00000000 00f00bad
    fixme:win:WIN_CreateWindowEx Parent is HWND_MESSAGE
    fixme:process:IsWow64Process (0xffffffff 0x33a59c) stub!
    fixme:actctx:CreateActCtxW 0x3396fc 00000008
    fixme:actctx:ActivateActCtx 0xf00baa 0x3394c4
    fixme:actctx:DeactivateActCtx 00000000 00f00bad
    fixme:winsock:WSALookupServiceBeginW (0x7eb6c8f8 0x00000210 0x184308) Stub!
    fixme:shell:NTSHChangeNotifyRegister (0x10028,0x00008003,0x0003f5f4,0x00000410,0x00000001,0x33ea88):semi stub.
    fixme:shell:SignalFileOpen (0x00000000):stub.
    fixme:advapi:RegisterTraceGuidsW 0x111d495 0x1226320 0xf35020 1 0x33b76c (null) (null) 0x1226328
    fixme:advapi:RegisterTraceGuidsW 0x111d495 0x1226340 0xf35030 1 0x33b76c (null) (null) 0x1226348
    fixme:actctx:CreateActCtxW 0x33bc78 00000000
    fixme:actctx:ActivateActCtx 0xf00baa 0x33bc40
    fixme:actctx:DeactivateActCtx 00000000 00f00bad
    fixme:font:GetFontUnicodeRanges (0x1db8, (nil)): stub
    fixme:font:GetFontUnicodeRanges (0x1db8, (nil)): stub
    fixme:font:GetFontUnicodeRanges (0x1db8, (nil)): stub
    fixme:font:GetFontUnicodeRanges (0x1db8, (nil)): stub
    fixme:font:GetFontUnicodeRanges (0x1db8, (nil)): stub
    fixme:font:GetFontUnicodeRanges (0x1db8, (nil)): stub
    fixme:font:GetFontUnicodeRanges (0x1db8, (nil)): stub
    fixme:font:GetFontUnicodeRanges (0x1db8, (nil)): stub
    fixme:font:GetFontUnicodeRanges (0x1db8, (nil)): stub
    fixme:font:GetFontUnicodeRanges (0x1db8, (nil)): stub
    fixme:font:GetFontUnicodeRanges (0x1db8, (nil)): stub
    fixme:font:GetFontUnicodeRanges (0x1db8, (nil)): stub
    fixme:font:GetFontUnicodeRanges (0x1db8, (nil)): stub
    fixme:font:GetFontUnicodeRanges (0x1db8, (nil)): stub
    wine: Call from 0x1b003216 to unimplemented function msvcrt.dll.??_U@YAPAXI@Z, aborting
    fixme:advapi:RegisterTraceGuidsA 0x7721212f 0x7724bfc0 0x771da48c 1 0x34fc68 (null) (null) 0x7724bfc8
    fixme:advapi:RegisterTraceGuidsA 0x7721212f 0x7724bfe0 0x771da49c 1 0x34fc68 (null) (null) 0x7724bfe8
    fixme:advapi:CheckTokenMembership ((nil) 0x1617e0 0x34fc60) stub!
    fixme:imm:ImmDisableIME (-1): stub
    err:ntdll:RtlpWaitForCriticalSection section 0x601ba184 “loader.c: loader_section” wait timed out in thread 0013, blocked by 0010, retrying (60 sec)
    err:ntdll:RtlpWaitForCriticalSection section 0x601ba184 “loader.c: loader_section” wait timed out in thread 000e, blocked by 0010, retrying (60 sec)
    err:ntdll:RtlpWaitForCriticalSection section 0x601ba184 “loader.c: loader_section” wait timed out in thread 0009, blocked by 0010, retrying (60 sec)
    wine: Unimplemented function msvcrt.dll.??_U@YAPAXI@Z called at address 0x1b003216 (thread 0010), starting debugger…
    WineDbg starting on pid 0x8
    Unhandled exception: unimplemented function msvcrt.dll.??_U@YAPAXI@Z called in 32-bit code (0x6016b3dc).
    Register dump:
    CS:0073 SS:007b DS:007b ES:007b FS:003b GS:0033
    EIP:6016b3dc ESP:014cf5a4 EBP:014cf608 EFLAGS:00000202( – 00 – – I1)
    EAX:1b008208 EBX:601b2704 ECX:014cf6d0 EDX:7ffd4000
    ESI:014cf5b0 EDI:00532b60
    Stack dump:
    0x014cf5a4: 014cf5d0 73d44ae4 00650072 80000100
    0x014cf5b4: 00000001 00000000 1b003216 00000002
    0x014cf5c4: 1b00805c 1b008208 0012f6d0 00000000
    0x014cf5d4: 00000000 0000022c 00000000 00000000
    0x014cf5e4: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
    0x014cf5f4: 00130012 1b002f14 00000027 0000022c
    fixme:ntdll:RtlNtStatusToDosErrorNoTeb no mapping for c0000119
    Backtrace:
    =>1 0x6016b3dc in ntdll (+0x1b3dc) (0x014cf608)
    2 0x1b003216 in imgutil (+0x3216) (0x014cf624)
    3 0x1b002e60 in imgutil (+0x2e60) (0x014cf698)
    4 0x1b00304c in imgutil (+0x304c) (0x014cf7dc)
    5 0x1b0015a0 in imgutil (+0x15a0) (0x014cf7e4)
    6 0x1b00171f in imgutil (+0x171f) (0x014cf844)
    7 0x6016a855 call_dll_entry_point+0x15 in ntdll (0x014cf864)
    8 0x6016b8fc in ntdll (+0x1b8fc) (0x014cf914)
    9 0x6016bdad in ntdll (+0x1bdad) (0x014cf954)
    10 0x6016df27 LdrLoadDll+0x87 in ntdll (0x014cf984)
    11 0x6024d7bb in kernel32 (+0x3d7bb) (0x014cfbd4)
    12 0x6024d9d0 LoadLibraryExW+0x50 in kernel32 (0x014cfc04)
    13 0x6024daf3 LoadLibraryExA+0x43 in kernel32 (0x014cfc24)
    14 0x6024db2d LoadLibraryA+0x2d in kernel32 (0x014cfc44)
    15 0x00f3776f in mshtml (+0x1776f) (0x014cfca0)
    16 0x00f2600a in mshtml (+0x600a) (0x014cfce0)
    17 0x00f4c4ef in mshtml (+0x2c4ef) (0x014cfefc)
    18 0x00f4c46d in mshtml (+0x2c46d) (0x014cff18)
    19 0x6022e4d3 in kernel32 (+0x1e4d3) (0x014cffe8)
    20 0x73d456f7 (0x00000000)
    0x6016b3dc: subl $4,%esp
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    >/home/xxx/bin/ie7: line 11: 32456 Tapettu wine “/home/xxx/.ies4linux/ie7/drive_c/Program Files/Internet Explorer/IEXPLORE.EXE” “$@”

  21. jim burns says:

    Forum Master? Could you shorten the second to last line in the post just above me, please (the one with ‘Wine-dbg>[…]’? It’s playing havoc with the horizontal scroll bar. All paragraphs on all posts are now on one line.

  22. bob says:

    I had IE6 installed already using an older version of IEs 4 Linux. Just this latest version and IE 7 seems to work fine except for the black gif issue. Conditional comments to detect IE 7 work.
    I’m using Wine 0.9.22 under Kubuntu Edgy Etch.

    Good work!

  23. […] Dead simple Ubuntu instructions. At the time of writing, you need the beta version to install IE7. […]

  24. UbuntuOS says:

    […] IEs 4 Linux 2.1 Beta 3 […]

  25. David says:

    Hmmm, I just tried your beta3 – and there’s no sign that it installed IE7. How do you install IE7 with IEs4Linux?

  26. David says:

    Well, I found the instruction for installing IE7 using IEs4Linux. It seems to start up, although it looks exactly like IE6. In IE7, Help > About IE displays no window, while the other IE’s all display the usual About window. I also saw a number of messages about unimplemented things, and have the most recent WINE that my repository offers (0.9.20-1). Guess I better go risk getting my WINE packages direct from WINE’s own site.

  27. David says:

    Well, adding the WINE location to my list of repositories did not provide me with a newer WINE release, so I guess computer life goes on as usual …