> Does anyone use Ulster Bank's Anytime online banking service with Linux?
> If so, how do you do it?
>> They use all sorts of horrible MS stuff, & I can't get it to work with
> Mozilla or Konqueror. I emailed them to complain about being forced to
> use an unstable, insecure OS to access my bank account, & got the usual
> "We don't support Linux" nonsense.
Yes and No.
It will NOT work with Wine as it needs the JAVA from the Wine environment
and not your good ol linux java. I tried and tried and eventually failed.
Unless someone knows how to make THAT work - dont bother, I've tried that
The only way to get it going is through either:
1. win4lin or
I use win4lin running WinME in a winda.
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