Rosetta Course v2.2.2 Mod (Unlocked)
Requirements: 2.2 and up
Overview: Ditch the clunky computer! Now you can use the award-winning Rosetta Stone® language-learning software anywhere you've got Internet access.
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Rosetta Stone has just acquired Seattle-based online language-learning community Livemocha for $8.5 million in cash. Livemocha has one of the largest online language-learning communities in the world, boasting over 16 million members from over 195 different countries.
I'm running Rosetta Stone 3.4.5 under Wine 1.4 and i have to say it took my a while to have it detecting the language files. Anyway, the iso is perfectly mounted, all necessary drives are listed in wineconfig finally and Rosetta detects all the language packages I have listed.
I've upgraded my Rosetta Stone to new version (which is ugly anyway) and I lost speech recognition module. It looks like for some reason I can't setup Wine to work with ALSA. I've tried Winetricks, just like before, but it cannot save anything. Fortunately I have entire pre-upgrade .wine folder in my backup and after copying it, Rosetta Stone works just fine, but it is the previous version.
About 3 months ago I got Rosetta Stone (version 3) working under Ubuntu using Wine, after some weeks trial and error. It was still working at the end of July, after which I didn't attempt to use it until last week. It no longer works, and I suspect this may be because in the meantime I upgraded Wine to version 1.2 - I'm not sure what version I upgraded from; possibly 1.1.43.
According to Reuters, Google has settled a lawsuit brought by software maker Rosetta Stone over the search company allowing people to purchase keywords within its ad product using its trademarked name.
The lawsuit was filed in 2009 and has dragged on in Virginia since then. The language-teaching company says that competitors were getting a leg up by confusing people searching for them on Google.
I've just done a clean install of Ubuntu 11.04. During the installation slide-show, I noticed that on the browser slide it displayed a segment of the wikipedia page for Rosetta Stone. Any idea what the relevance is to Ubuntu?
I got polish Rosetta stone and when I mount it to the drive, and then click on it in "my computer" to run it, all that happens is it opens the folder where the 4 files are in instead of running the program. Very frustrated. Any help?