I know this is a pretty old thread, but since folks seem to be having issues with this all over the internet I thought I'd add my input, in case anyone's still interested. I had the exact same problem, with that Crossover Office Build, and IE6 SP1 - load the radio tuner for Launchcast, and IE promptly crashes. After some hunting around on the internet, I found a link back to CodeWeavers' site:
There, buried inconvieniently deep within the FAQ, it names that problem and says that IE improperly registers TrueType fonts if you already had them installed, rather than installing them with IE (i.e. SuSE's YOU tool). By manually changing the Font key in (yourhomedirectory)/.cxoffice/dotwine/system.reg to:
"Arial Black (TrueType)"="ARIBLK.TTF"
"Comic Sans MS (TrueType)"="COMIC.TTF"
"Comic Sans MS Bold (TrueType)"="COMICBD.TTF"
"Verdana Bold (TrueType)"="VERDANAB.TTF"
"Verdana Bold Italic (TrueType)"="VERDANAZ.TTF"
"Verdana Italic (TrueType)"="VERDANAI.TTF"
you can manually register the fonts. I'm happily listening to my Launchcast station as I write this. The only drawback is that is has to reload the audio stream completely if you skip a song and it appears to be locked up during that time, which can get annoying. Other than that, if you have Flash 7 installed (which it will offer to automatically install if you get past the popup issue, it works fine) then everything will behave almost identically to Windoze - ratings, station directory, lo-mid-hi fi, so far as I can tell everything. Beautiful.
The only other potential issue: Once so far, IE has crashed during the stream abruptly and then started having the same problem again, though the modified lines remained intact. Uninstalling with the cxuninstall script, manually removing the .cxoffice directory in the home directory, and then reinstalling from the .sh installer resolved this.
Suse 9.0, stock kernel, KDE 3.1.4
Codeweavers Crossover Office 2.1.0 Demo Version
Flash 7 (automatically installed within Launch site - you don't need to get it in Crossover setup)
Windows Media Player (installed by Crossover, as part of the IE package. V6.4??)
Hope this helps people. The reasons for my keeping a Windows ME partition on my HDD are rapidly dwindling.