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Installing Wine and Internet Explorer

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Totally frustrated.I am trying to installing Wine in Opensuse Linux,tried Software Management and everything but failed.I dont have much knowledge about Linux but i really need to install Internet Explorer ,so i can work on my DVR page.Thank you
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Try ie4linux, which is based on Wine

http://www.tatanka.com.br/ies4linux/page/Installation:Suse
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Let me check
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Alright,i am going to be mad.It took 3 hours to download the packages for wine and now after installation with the help of installed i installed IE6 but now i am just not getting where its been installed where i can just click and it should run.I tried this path but not working. /wine/drive_c/program files/internet explorer/iexplore.exe
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Seriously,fedora worked really good.Last time i had tried Wine and i was able to access yahoo messenger and IE but this SUSE,its totally eat your brain.
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I have already tried this.But still thanks
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