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Installing and Running Safari 4 on Ubuntu Linux

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Safari 4, the latest version of the browser, offers a lot of features and noticeable performance improvements over its predecessor. There are already a number of releases of Safari for Windows but none for Linux so far. However, that doesn't mean that we can't install and run Safari on Linux.

Step-1: Install Wine. The easiest way to download and install Wine is via Ubuntu Software Center or Synaptic Package Manager.

Step-2: Download winetricks using this command:

wget http://www.kegel.com/wine/winetricks

Step-3: Install winetricks, corefonts, and flash.

sh winetricks corefonts flash

Step-4: Download Safari for Windows from HERE

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