[K12OSN] IE requirement

Les Finch info at baf-computers.com
Sun May 23 22:21:02 UTC 2004

You could try opera as it fools most sites/


On Sun, 23 May 2004 19:40:10 +0530, Sudev Barar <sudev at mantraonline.com>  

> On Sun, 2004-05-23 at 13:00, pnakashi at k12.hi.us wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Our district has recently standardized all administrative web app  
>> development to IE. This has put a crimp into our fledgling K12LTSP  
>> project (3 elementary schools, 90 clients). We've been tossing around  
>> the following options:
>> 1. Dual bootable clients so when IE is required, the client can boot  
>> Win 98.
>> 2. Wine on the server.
>> 3. Windows terminal server.
>> 4. Crossover Office on the server.
>> 5. Other suggestions welcome.
>> We are in a budget crisis, so I'm thinking #3 and #4 would be too  
>> expensive. Our clients aren't very powerful, so I'm thinking #1 is not  
>> the greatest solution either. That leaves #2. Is anyone doing this with  
>> K12LTSP?
>> --Peter
> Konqueror as part of KDE desktop comes with option to set "emulations"
> under "tools > change browser identification" menu. This allows you to
> set OS as well as browser emulation. Will this be of any help?

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