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Other than just creating shortcut in launcher you won't get any feature that you would not get in regular browser. I did once, the native browser does not give you many features like bookmark, add-ons etc. It will just create a shortcut in dash that you can search and just launch without typing URL
Thanks for the replay! I have found the solution. If someone could be interested, this is my solution: My problem was that at every reboot I had to run the xhost + comand. So I created a script with this line and I put it in the Startup Applications. Now works:) Bye
Try edit the below configuration file with some text editor, /etc/init/rc-sysinit.conf and make sure below attribute is set to 2 DEFAULT_RUNLEVEL=2 Save the file and do a restart. Now check system is showing with GUI,
You can install "Unity desktop" to enabled GUI sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends ubuntu-desktop If you are looking for light weighted GUI, possibly you can try "Gnome" GUI, which can be installed using the below command, sudo apt-get install xorg gnome-core gnome-system-tools gnome-app-install
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.
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