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Old 03-03-2010, 11:01 AM   #1
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Install web gui for FF\IE


I got dedicated server with debian 5.

The first thing is how do i install IE\FF ?
And the second thing , how do i install web gui for them? ( that i`ll be able to surf through my dedicated server but from my own pc , like the web gui i got for my utorrent)

If you can give me direction or reffer me to a guide it will be great

Thanx for the help guys!
Old 03-03-2010, 01:48 PM   #2
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This is not a good idea.
If it's a dedicated server that's hosted somewhere else you will have to install a desktop manager, a window manager, all the required libraries and god knows what else.
That's before you even try to install a web browser.

If you break it, you will not be there to fix it.
Somehow I don't think you would be able to fix it, considering you were asking about IE on debian.


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