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    Just Joined! tuebor's Avatar
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    Using Silverlight web apps in Linux


    Moonlight isn't compatible with the app that my job requires me to use, and having to use a vm uses every resource on my laptop. Is it possible to make Silverlight work without a vm?

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    The Netflix-desktop can be used to run other sites. Just F11 to get out of full screen, right click and open a new tab then right click the space at the top and check show menus and address bar. You now have a special type of wine / FF / silverlight / doze implementation on your machine. But, a word to the wise, you can't have everything. I still haven't been able to get flash to work on it.

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    Worked perfectly. Thank you

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