I want to explain my problem with Images and Links,but I don't have reputations so I posted same question in the following link.

How To install Moonlight on Ubuntu

can check it and suggest me. Thanks

I am using Ubuntu 12.04.I tried to open this link.I got the page in the following way.enter image description here I searched some forums, one guy suggested Ubuntu not supported to silverlight so you need to install moonlight.

so I downloaded moonlight from this site.I installed in the following way

  1. Open Firefox and drag and drop the file into Firefox.it shows successfully installed.

I reopen Firefox and reopen these same Microsoft site.It showing blank page(white page).like this enter image description here

How can I fix this, can anyone suggest me



As well as I understood, you are trying to open a database section on win..net. Moonlight instead of silverlight can be good but it may not support those databases.

You can read this Q/A for installing moonlight extension to firefox/chrome.

Chrome installation: http://chrome.google.com

  • How can I install In Google Chrome. – ur truly friend Jul 17 '13 at 8:44
  • Just open the Ubuntu Software Center and type in the search field (upper right corner) chromium. chrome is called chromium in Ubuntu. – Meintjes Jul 17 '13 at 8:47
  • @MrSeed already I installed Chromium.I asking initialization of SliverLight in Google Chromo(Chromium) – ur truly friend Jul 17 '13 at 18:11
  • Moonlight 3.0 doesn't seem to be available as of 2013-07-17. Check mono-project.com/Moonlight/Preview and mono-project.com/MoonlightRoadmap. On the other hand, with moonlight extension installed previously on Iron (Chromium clone), I wasn't able to see anything in the address @urtrulyfriend refers to. – carnendil Jul 17 '13 at 20:10
  • You can find .crx file at this link You can read the installation from this link – ubuntu_tr Jul 17 '13 at 21:42

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