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Originally Posted by Bloodsurfer Hello! Originally Posted by dhaval http://www.iol.ie/~locka/mozilla/mozilla.htm follow this link n download n install activeX 4 mozilla feel free 2 ask again if problem I don't know ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bloodsurfer
    Hello!
    Quote Originally Posted by dhaval
    http://www.iol.ie/~locka/mozilla/mozilla.htm
    follow this link n download n install activeX 4 mozilla
    feel free 2 ask again if problem
    I don't know why, but that doesn't work. When I try to install that ActiveX Control under Wine, I get the message:
    "The mozilla control was unable to detect where your mozilla layout libraries may be found. You will now be shown a directory picker for you to locate them."
    I have Mozilla installed under Wine, but I don't know which directory to choose there. What do I have to do?
    I am also having this problem. I installed Wine and ran winecfg. I then downloaded the Steam Installer and got that installing. I then got a prompt that the program wanted to install the mozilla activex controls. I told it to go ahead and install the activex controls and then got the same prompt as above. I don't know where these Mozilla Layout Libraries are. Do I need to install Firefox in Wine even though it is already installed in Ubuntu?

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    Found the solution...

    If you are getting the message about the layout libraries not being found you need to get this file:

    http://www.iol.ie/~locka/mozilla/runtime60.zip

    And extract it somewhere "windows" can find it, I extracted it to:

    ../drive_c/windows/system32

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    Amarok already supports MusicBrainz and Audioscrobbler. If you can get a look at it you could save some system resources for yourself and have something a little more stable.

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