Monday, March 24, 2008

Safari on Linux with Wine

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9 comments:

Herman said...

Is there some emulator just like Wine, but for "Tiger" or "Leopard" software?

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liorwohl said...

the fonts thing relly make this application work great! thenks.

the only problem is when i minimize safari and then maximize i get a blank window. (compiz & ubuntu 8.04 beta)

twickline said...

Wine runs on Mac :D

You can run Windows games on your Mac with CrossOver Games.

twickline said...

try it without a virtual desktop and see if that helps, if not the only thing todo is file a bug report at winehq :(

Anton said...

Why would I need to run Safari?..
Konqueror is using the same KHTML engine and you can just install KDE to enjoy about the same functionality.

bobbydale said...

I cannot make https connections.

dethell said...

ditto on https connections. Works great otherwise.

Anonymous said...

I've successfully installed it an it runs, but without any window decorations. Anyone got any ideas why?

bobbydale said...

Probably has something to do with ye olde compiz and window decorations.