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Is there a way installing IE 6 up untill IE 8 on Ubuntu using Wine?

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Personally I installed Playonlinux for this (and other purposes), made it extremely easy to install Internet Explorer, and other browsers.

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Try IEs4Linux.

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Yes (see Iain's link), but it won't behave exactly the same as real IE versions. Whether it's on Windows or Linux, the ‘OS integration’ ensures that you can't have a reliable, genuine, multiple-IE install.

If your aim is proper, thorough testing of your websites across IE versions, the only option is to install each browser on a virtual machine. (I use VirtualBox, with an XP SP3 install copied three times, different IEs on each.)

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There is a similar stackoverflow question.

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