IE7 works in SVN_0.3

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IE7 works in SVN_0.3

Post by Mike_PSP » Wed Mar 22, 2006 7:28 pm

Just to let you know im writing this using IE7, on the SVN

so if any one is board, all they need is the autication bypass.

But IE7 does work under the SVN, some Wifi wouldn' kill any one but ill have to live with Lan for the moment

When can we expect a non SVN release by the way?

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Post by ThePhysicist » Wed Mar 22, 2006 11:15 pm

Wow, seems like ROS starts to get compatible with malware. I think it's time for some protection mechanisms. ;-)

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Post by frik85 » Wed Mar 22, 2006 11:24 pm

screenshots?

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Post by bastetfurry » Thu Mar 23, 2006 12:47 am

ThePhysicist wrote:Wow, seems like ROS starts to get compatible with malware. I think it's time for some protection mechanisms. ;-)
ROLFLMAO ^_^
Maybe an extension to shell32(?) that checks versus some binary names and checksums *g*
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Post by Mike_PSP » Thu Mar 23, 2006 3:20 am

Well Here is the Screen Shot - Still Thing FireFox is better though

Image

Incase the bandwith runs out
http://img220.imageshack.us/img220/7442 ... tos7ue.jpg
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Post by Mike_PSP » Thu Mar 23, 2006 3:29 am

bastetfurry wrote:
ThePhysicist wrote:Wow, seems like ROS starts to get compatible with malware. I think it's time for some protection mechanisms. ;-)
ROLFLMAO ^_^
Maybe an extension to shell32(?) that checks versus some binary names and checksums *g*
:roll: LOL we all know MS cant protect any thing if their lives depended on it

360 is the closest they have come so far.

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How did you get that installed with the Validation?

Post by Bond007s » Thu Mar 23, 2006 6:16 am

How did you get that installed with the Validation? I thought IE7 required some things in WinXP SP2, does ReactOS have them already stubbed? I own a copy of XP Pro, but out of wonder, would this also make IE7 work with 2000 or is there something that XP Pro SP2 has that 2000 would need and ReactOS at least has it stubbed out?

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Post by Mike_PSP » Thu Mar 23, 2006 1:47 pm

It took me three hours to do that.
dont go out assuming that you can easly install ie on the the SVN

Actualy i installed IE6 and then copy and pasted IE7 from my laptop.
:roll:

Its a lame way of doing it, but it does work.

Also dont forget to add the reg key for IE

It should work on any windows like system

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Post by Stead » Thu Mar 23, 2006 3:46 pm

i didn't even know you could install ie on it! amazing!

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Post by geertvdijk » Thu Mar 23, 2006 9:08 pm

Mike_PSP wrote:
bastetfurry wrote:
ThePhysicist wrote:Wow, seems like ROS starts to get compatible with malware. I think it's time for some protection mechanisms. ;-)
ROLFLMAO ^_^
Maybe an extension to shell32(?) that checks versus some binary names and checksums *g*
:roll: LOL we all know MS cant protect any thing if their lives depended on it

360 is the closest they have come so far.
and that one got hacked... i got a movie from usenet showing a dude with a silly mask inserting a burned xbox 360 game into an xbox 360, then the cam followed the cable to the tv and showed the screen, and it ran... roflmao
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Post by geertvdijk » Thu Mar 23, 2006 9:09 pm

Mike_PSP wrote:It took me three hours to do that.
dont go out assuming that you can easly install ie on the the SVN

Actualy i installed IE6 and then copy and pasted IE7 from my laptop.
:roll:

Its a lame way of doing it, but it does work.

Also dont forget to add the reg key for IE

It should work on any windows like system
you can (with beta 1)
extract the installer and then create a file in the extracted folder called iexplore.exe.local
and then run it next to ie6
-graey-

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Post by Mike_PSP » Fri Mar 24, 2006 2:27 am

What else does anyone want to see hacked in to ReactOS

Im trying to see if i can trick it in to runing WolfET

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Post by etko » Fri Mar 24, 2006 3:09 am

This is amazing! Keep the the good work. Seems like ReactOS is approaching the usable status ;). I think that IE is quite extensive example of WIN32 application, uses lot of WIN32 tech like COM etc, and that it runs means that most commmon apps are able to run too. Or am I wrong?

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Post by Mike_PSP » Fri Mar 24, 2006 5:21 am

Its progress i guess

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Post by cmoibenlepro » Fri Mar 24, 2006 5:45 am

etko wrote:This is amazing! Keep the the good work. Seems like ReactOS is approaching the usable status ;). I think that IE is quite extensive example of WIN32 application, uses lot of WIN32 tech like COM etc, and that it runs means that most commmon apps are able to run too. Or am I wrong?
No, you're right, reactos status is already amazing. Let's just hope developers get again their momentum and re-start developing at the same speed as before the audit.
When this will happen, reactos will continue to surprise us again and always more often. 8)

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