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[cw-discuss] IE6 does not connect any more
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Guido Milanese
2008-05-23 21:39:59 UTC
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Suddendly IE6 (on a Windows98 bottle) refuses to connect. It hangs
during a connection attempt.
Needless to say that the connection is all right. I also tried with a
new fresh installation using also a new bottle.
No particular problems of firewalls and so on. All the other browsers
(Firefox, Opera...) work well, and also IE6 has been reliable for
almost one year.
I am on ubuntu 7.10.

Thanks!
Guido
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Tom Jakabfy
2008-05-24 11:23:51 UTC
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A similar thing happened on SUSE 10.1 after it had been working. It
tries to load a page and then after a while says it cannot connect to
that page. All the other browsers (Firefox, Konqueror) work fine.
Reinstallation failed to solve the problem so I gave up on it.

Tom
Post by Guido Milanese
Suddendly IE6 (on a Windows98 bottle) refuses to connect. It hangs
during a connection attempt.
Needless to say that the connection is all right. I also tried with a
new fresh installation using also a new bottle.
No particular problems of firewalls and so on. All the other browsers
(Firefox, Opera...) work well, and also IE6 has been reliable for
almost one year.
I am on ubuntu 7.10.
Thanks!
Guido
Timothy
2008-09-15 13:49:54 UTC
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2 quick questions:

1. As of September 15, 2008 (today), has FC9 fixed it's problems so that
Crossover Office Linux version 7.0.2 runs on it? How about the ia64
version of FC9?

2. I have an Intel ia64 based system running FC9. I've tried to install
the demo RPM, but it gives me these messages:

[***@mycomputer]# rpm -Uvh --ignorearch
crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386.rpm
error: Failed dependencies:
libXi.so.6 is needed by crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386
libXmu.so.6 is needed by crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386
libXpm.so.4 is needed by crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386
libXt.so.6 is needed by crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386

I fact, these libraries are located in the /usr/lib64 directory. Is
there a way around this?

Thanks.

--Tim
Timothy
2008-09-15 14:32:01 UTC
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I'm guessing you're running a 32-bit system, because I can't even get
Crossover 7.0.2 to install on my 64-bit system.

--Tim
I have been running CxOffice and CxGames on FC9 for some time now with
no problem so i guess it is fixed
Post by Timothy
1. As of September 15, 2008 (today), has FC9 fixed it's problems so that
Crossover Office Linux version 7.0.2 runs on it? How about the ia64
version of FC9?
2. I have an Intel ia64 based system running FC9. I've tried to install
crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386.rpm
libXi.so.6 is needed by crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386
libXmu.so.6 is needed by crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386
libXpm.so.4 is needed by crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386
libXt.so.6 is needed by crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386
I fact, these libraries are located in the /usr/lib64 directory. Is
there a way around this?
Thanks.
--Tim
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Timothy
2008-09-15 14:55:05 UTC
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That warms my heart knowing you're having success. Unfortunately, that
doesn't help me solve my problem.

Thanks anyway,

--Tim
I have both a 32 and 64bit system and both install just fine in both 32
and 64bit
Post by Timothy
I'm guessing you're running a 32-bit system, because I can't even get
Crossover 7.0.2 to install on my 64-bit system.
--Tim
I have been running CxOffice and CxGames on FC9 for some time now with
no problem so i guess it is fixed
Post by Timothy
1. As of September 15, 2008 (today), has FC9 fixed it's problems so that
Crossover Office Linux version 7.0.2 runs on it? How about the ia64
version of FC9?
2. I have an Intel ia64 based system running FC9. I've tried to install
crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386.rpm
libXi.so.6 is needed by crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386
libXmu.so.6 is needed by crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386
libXpm.so.4 is needed by crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386
libXt.so.6 is needed by crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386
I fact, these libraries are located in the /usr/lib64 directory. Is
there a way around this?
Thanks.
--Tim
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Jeremy White
2008-09-15 16:12:33 UTC
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Hi Tim,
Post by Timothy
crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386.rpm
libXi.so.6 is needed by crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386
libXmu.so.6 is needed by crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386
libXpm.so.4 is needed by crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386
libXt.so.6 is needed by crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386
I fact, these libraries are located in the /usr/lib64 directory. Is
there a way around this?
We should probably tweak our instructions; you need to have the 32 bit
compatibility libraries installed. The first 32 bit package you install
should bring them down; so others are probably having success because
they already have a 32 bit package.

You can try this:
yum localinstall <our-rpm>
that may work out for you.

Cheers,

Jeremy
Timothy
2008-09-15 16:59:23 UTC
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Thanks for the hints on what was needed. I manually installed the i386
versions of the RPMs thusly:

yum install libXi.i386
yum install libXmu.i386
yum install libXpm.i386
yum install libXt.i386

After that, the Crossover Office RPM installed just fine and seems to work.

Thanks,

--Tim
Post by Jeremy White
Hi Tim,
Post by Timothy
crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386.rpm
libXi.so.6 is needed by crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386
libXmu.so.6 is needed by crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386
libXpm.so.4 is needed by crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386
libXt.so.6 is needed by crossover-standard-demo-7.0.2-1.i386
I fact, these libraries are located in the /usr/lib64 directory. Is
there a way around this?
We should probably tweak our instructions; you need to have the 32 bit
compatibility libraries installed. The first 32 bit package you install
should bring them down; so others are probably having success because
they already have a 32 bit package.
yum localinstall <our-rpm>
that may work out for you.
Cheers,
Jeremy
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