Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 248999
wine-0.9.41-1.fc7 breaks ies4linux
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:12:10 EST
After the wine-update today ie6 with ies4linux has a problem with the
address-bar, the will always be an "h" and manually entering adresses will fail.
The start-page works fine, and also all links in the browser, but the "h" in the
adress-bar will not go away any time.
yes i hate this browser, but i need it for testing :-(
Hm, are you sure this is a packaging issue or could it be a regression in the
.41 wine release?
This is a good question, but i have no answer
I know only with releases before all works perfect
One of the last wine-updates have enabled https for the ie under wine what has
not worked before and this release makes it difficult.
My workaround is a local start-page with links on the pages i need to test :-)
this is a problem with the wine release.
Could you try with .42 and report back?
Version 0.9.42 from updates-testing has the same problem
0.9.40 was the last one with that worked msie 6.0 incl. adress-bar
wine-0.9.43-2.fc7 has been pushed to the Fedora 7 testing repository. If problems still persist, please make note of it in this bug report.
Cool - It works again!
Seems this was an global wine-problem and other distributions had the same
Package Arch Version Repository Size
wine i386 0.9.43-2.fc7 updates-testing 19 k
wine-capi i386 0.9.43-2.fc7 updates-testing 25 k
wine-cms i386 0.9.43-2.fc7 updates-testing 37 k
wine-core i386 0.9.43-2.fc7 updates-testing 9.6 M
wine-docs noarch 0.9.43-1.fc7 updates-testing 2.0 M
wine-esd i386 0.9.43-2.fc7 updates-testing 35 k
wine-jack i386 0.9.43-2.fc7 updates-testing 37 k
wine-ldap i386 0.9.43-2.fc7 updates-testing 87 k
wine-nas i386 0.9.43-2.fc7 updates-testing 23 k
wine-tools i386 0.9.43-2.fc7 updates-testing 611 k
wine-twain i386 0.9.43-2.fc7 updates-testing 47 k
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wine-0.9.43-2.fc7 has been pushed to the Fedora 7 stable repository. If problems still persist, please make note of it in this bug report.