Hi,When I used to use Mint 11, I'm sure I was able to access an online teaching service called 'Blackboard'. But in Waldorf I am unable to. I installed openjdk-6-jre, in the belief that might remedy the situation, but it hasn't. I use this for teaching sessions I do in a University. So I really need it.
The new beta version of rising star in web browser, Google Chrome for Linux is available. Even still in Beta version, the 5.307.11 Linux version comes with some improvements. Here are some What’s new on this release:
Automatic translations and greater control over content for privacy.
foxtrot wrote:I love me some chromeMe TOO, in fact, in my EARLIEST Linux noob days, I would not even try a distro that did not have Google-Chrome included. Now that I have learned how to download and install it, I have no worries. Today, when I installed CrunchBang, Google-Chrome was not default, but it was included in the menu to EASILY install without having to go to the web page dow
As usual, just in time for the weekend break, the Google Chrome developers at Google announced last evening (July 15th) yet another unstable release of the upcoming Google Chrome 6.0 web browser for Linux and Windows operating systems. Google Chrome 6.0.466.0 brings a few important features and improvements for the Ubuntu 10.10 (Maverick Meerkat) distr...