Posted: 17 Feb 2011 08:33 AM PSTThere are many reason to choose Linux as default Operating System for your computer because its Free and Opensource. Many softwares are getting their Linux version these days to help their users use them via Linux Computers. For those softwares which got its Linux version its cool and for those which didn’t got it Linux version we can use some tricks to make them run on your Linux Computer.
Previously we have published the tutorial on Installing Microsoft Office 2007 on Linux Computer. This time we come up with a tutorial on Installing safari which is popular internet browser from apple available for both Windows and Mac.
First thing you should so is install PlayOnLinux on Your Linux Computer. If you are a Ubuntu user then you can easily download it free from Ubuntu Software center or download the installation file free for other Linux Platforms.
After Installation is completed, Open PlayonLinux (Applications ->Games -> PlayOnlinux) and click the “Install” button. It will show you the applications category list. Select “Internet” from the category list on left and then Click “Safari” on right to start the installation.
The installation starts within the minutes showing up the Welcome message , Click Forward to continue.
The installation will download some important files needed for the installation go ahead.
Now the installation starts auto downloading the Safari browser installation file. It means you don’t need to upload the Safari installation file into the application.
After the download is completed, the real installation of the safari web browser starts like in the Windows. Click on the “Next” button to continue the setup.
In the next Step accept the terms in the licence agreement and continue to next step. Since you are installing Safari on Linux, Uncheck the both options, leave all the options as it is and continue to next step.
Congratulations, the installation is completed Successfully. If you see this message on the installation box, you’re done with installing Apple safari browser on your Linux computer.
The safari browser on Linux looks like this :