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is there any way to play on the zone using linux? i know that it requires IE, but i can't find any way to get it for linux. i've used konquerer to send my browser id as IE, but that doesn't work either. is there anything i can do?
Originally posted by MasterC You can put IE on Linux. I believe you will have to hunt for 3.0 or so because the newer ones won't work well.
That's the site I thought he was talking about.
It won't work people. You have to be running Windows as well. Probably the only way to do this is run Windows within Linux under an emulation like VMware or Win4Lin.
And MasterC, unless your talking about a IE port to Linux, that doesn't exist, there was a port for Solaris but not Linux, and clearly by the page that states this as TiltJ pointed out, you have to have IE 4.0 or greater, as 3.0 won't even work.
I got the page to load using Opera 6.01 lying its pants off as IE 5.x
Of course Opera is going to eat it on a lot of flash, some java... I tried to get to solitaire and it just sat their with "loading" scrolling accross the screen until I got bored and closed the window.
good alternative. They don't add nearly as many games as often as the zone does, but once you get java flash working, usually has to be on Mozilla, you're goo to play chess! And any of the other... couple hundred or so there.