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I'll risk it and leave a response. This solution is probably not yet complete. A main problem seems to be the PPA ppa:mscore-ubuntu/mscore-stable. With this PPA you can't use the needed version of libqt5qml5 Therefore remove the PPA with the following command. sudo ppa-purge ppa:mscore-ubuntu/mscore-stable After that sudo apt-get install -f Why? ...
You could try this, and type in the terminal this: sudo apt-get install --force-yes unity-webapp-container and then this to upgrade it: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade and it might work fine this way.
Actually, in this case the application behaves like an OS application. Though it is installed by Firefox. So don't look for the application in the Firefox browser. You can follow the steps below (I was using Ubuntu 14.04 with Unity DE): Click on the Ubuntu logo from the top of left bar for the Dash Type the application name you want to uninstall. When the ...
It is definitely possible as a recent demo video shows. See David Barth's email announcement from June 30, 2015. Not sure though, what is necessary to use or activate this feature in a Webapp. It may be that you need to set a security policy in the .apparmor file of your project. My bq Aquaris E5 shows a push-notification-client policy that is available for ...
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