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Does anyone have Intel True Key working on Ubuntu? If so, how?

On my computer, I got it to work for a while by installing this hidden extension into Chromium. But that method stopped working a while ago (I forget exactly when).

  • Fairly certain the answer may be no because of what platforms they support but not 100% sure – Thomas Ward Aug 24 '17 at 1:41
  • Indeed Linux has never been officially supported ever since True Key was first released. But it was working nonetheless, at least for a while. So at least there's a chance! – Steve Byrnes Aug 24 '17 at 12:03
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    hidden Chromium extensions don't count as Linux support heh. Just saying! – Thomas Ward Aug 24 '17 at 13:51
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As of Sept 2017, you can use true key on Ubuntu with either Firefox or Google Chrome. At least, it works for me!

Instructions: Nothing tricky here. To install True Key into Firefox, you browse to the true key website using Firefox and click the big "download" button! To install in Chrome, ditto using Chrome.

It does NOT seem to work on Chromium, only the actual Google Chrome.

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