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Camera DVR Page on OpenSUSE

Well i am having OpenSUSE Linux installed in one of the clients network environment.Now,they are having one ILAX camera DVR and only managers have rights to access it and they are accessing it through Wine installed INTERNET EXPLORER and its working fine.They need to fix one more DVR which of ProlineUK model no. P787H.I've already made the configuration but when i am trying to open the monitoring page through the INTERNET EXPLORER installed on SUSE its just crash and dont respond.Where in windows ,its working perfectly fine.Now what i assume is ,the problem is about ActiveX and one .cab file which has to be installed before the page loads.Please suggest any solution.I need to fix this matter today.Its just i want that DVR to be working in Linux platform.Internet Explorer or Firefox.But it should work.
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ibrahim52Team LeaderAuthor Commented:
Alright,thanks to EE.I've almost solved the problem by myself but still stuck on one thing.I tried installing ies4linux and crossover windows internet explorer on SUSE.On ies4linux i am able to open the page but i am not able to login as i get DUE TO DVR BUSY OR NETWORK FAILURE LOGIN FAILED!!! and i assume that this error is getting occured from NewHCNETActiveX.cab file.On the other i tried to install Crossover Windows package.But not able to run .cab file and the page is not able to load and getting a red cross mark on the header of the page left side.
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