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Make sure you have installed unity web player plugin first Disable popup block if it show If you see "unity webplayer install now" image in browser window then you must install it first. Restart your browser after plugin install. Google chrome will display a gray box with the message "Unity Player needs your permission to run". At the same time you will ...
Webapps do work in 14.04 LTS If they don't work for you, then you most likely have some missing packages. But I am running straight-up Unity Desktop whereas I now understand you are running Gnome Desktop. Well as far as I know these webapps are specifically for integration into Unity. They are not really desighed to work on Gnome. The package names all ...
This is probably because you use "devel" as image base, or an utopic baseline; unfortunately, the final 14.10 frameworks are missing from this bases, but 14.09 rtm images, or vivid images have them. We should update our devel alias and/or update our utopic base though.
First of all the IP Address you have 10.1.1.177 is private, it means that, this can only be recognized and accessible within the same domain not from the PC which is not part of your home network. So for accessing your PC from any remote site, you have to determine your Public IP address, that is, your Router's IP Address, then you have to forward your ...
Try with adding the not going to be installed packages into the main installation list as folloing: sudo apt-get install unity-webapps-preview xul-ext-unity xul-ext-websites-integration xul-ext-webaccounts firefox
Ok, after many searches, I was able to get this working. Here are some links for those having similar issues that helped me: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2167968 Unity webapp is not working in Ubuntu 14.04 How to create a local webapp userscript
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