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Unix and ActiveX support

Posted on 2002-03-14
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the user as a Unix operating system and Internet Explorer 5.5 .  Can this user view web application that use activex controls?

I'm thinking no, but I would like confirmation.


Thanks in advance.
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OK, No.
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Actually, let me modify that a bit.  IE could make use of ActiveX controls if you had a COM+ library for your Unix system.  Digital (now part of Compaq) had one working at one time, but I don't think it was ever released.  And even if it was released, it would have been for True64, and IE only runs on Solaris (aside from Win* and Mac), so that wouldn't help anyway.
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Okay, thanks..
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