> Why would anyone *want* to run IE4 on a Solaris box? The main
> advantage to UNIX machines is that they're *not* Microsoft/Intel.
Dear Ayatollah: maybe IE4 is the best web browser for Solaris
available (HotJava is a joke, Netscape is not too different to IE4)... I
don't care if it is made by MS, Satan or God. It should matter if it
works or not. Actually I was quite impressed since MS does not have any
previous developments in Solaris.
> On Tue, 01 Sep 1998 08:05:35 +0200, Daniel Brunner
> >> > I've installed IE4 on an Ultra10s; it installs okay and starts,
> >> > but as soon as you pull down a menu, it locks up the entire CDE.
> >> > This is solaris 2.6
There are problems with the graphic card that comes with the Ultra 10.
I was told (by Sun's engineers) to apply patch 105362-10, after what IE4
> >> > A colleague installed it on his Sparc 5, and no problems. Again,
> >> > solaris 2.6
> >> In our tests, it won't go past the "creating font cache" on
> >> Solaris-2.5.1 on Sparc 20 and Ultra.
> >> --
> >I use it on an Ultra-1 with Solaris 2.6 (5.98) and it works fine.