5 Aug 2010 Kay   » (Journeyer)

Using Microsoft's Browser Test VMs in Virtual Box

If you are a web developer like me then you most likely must test your web pages in at least three incarnations of the evil Internet Explorer. And if you are a linux user like me then you will most likely not use native windows installations to do this. And if you are a Microsoft hater like me then you may have no Windows installation CDs at all. So how are you going to test your stuff in Internet Explorer?

Fortunately Microsoft is so kind to provide some Virtual Machine Images for testing purposes. Unfortunately they are only available for Virtual PC but with some work they can be used in Virtual Box as well. In this article I will describe how to get these images running on Ubuntu Linux 9.04.

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Syndicated 2009-06-12 18:07:00 (Updated 2009-09-04 12:53:55) from K's cluttered loft

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