If you find jinitator not working on your windows machine, I recommend you to follow this link by RAYMOND REID to get this sorted.
Raymond recommends you to install the jiniator in windows compatibility mode as usual and then replace jvm.dll which reports error with an alternative jvm.dll in jinitiator directory (C:\Program Files (x86)\Oracle\JInitiator 126.96.36.199\bin\hotspot\).
Thanks Raymond you saved a day…
Once this is done, you can see your application running fine on IE, Firefox as well as Google Chrome in Windows 7
Tags: Firefox, Google Chrome, Java, Jinitator, Windows 7, Windows7
All you need to do is to get chrome browser started with –enable-plugins option
There are few more options which you might want to tryout .
–enable-greasemonkey –enable-user-scripts –enable-extensions
PS: Chrome might crash with Flash as its still in development. Don’t blame me if it crashes while you work enjoy flash movies on it.
Yes, I downloaded the development release of google chrome on my Ubuntu box and found that it’s really rendering Kannada fine.
But, there is one more thing which needs to be looked into. Numbers in Kannada are not rendering fine as of now. Any body wanna work on this?
Hmm, early in the morning I went on hunting hints for running Chrome on Linux and put up and article. Once everything was done, Google search did point me to Chromium. Oh yes! Chrome which can run on Linux/Mac. Cool!, I need not take all the trouble of editing Icon file etc to get this browser work.
Code Weavers bundled all that you need to run Chrome on a CrossOver platform and called it “Chromium“. Visit the Chromium link and download it today. It just like installing any other package on to your Linux box. You have got rpm, deb. And they also give you a link to install it for all different distros here. Its all fun, rad the complete page before using it.
I even went ahead and read few more pages to find that the source code is also out and I can even try compiling my own version of Chromium on my Linux box.
Chromium Developer Documentation – This link takes you to developer documentation page.
It was nice to look at clear and clear look of my favorite websites on Google Chrome.
I did face few issues while testing this on my systems though. I couldn’t install flash plugin while I was on windows XP. I had to download flash plugin separately and then get things working.
Also Microsoft Silver light plugin doesn’t work yet.
Going to see if this browser has passed Acid test’s or not.
Yes, Google chrome is now available for download. But sadly its available only for Windows and not for Mac OSX/Linux. This new browser is completely open source. Hopefully it Mac and Linux versions will be made available without much delay.
Here you can read more about Chrome from Google blog directly.
Google Chrome, its an open source browser. Find the google chrome comic book with lot more info on it.
Author/Maintainer: Google Inc.
Home Page: https://www.google.com/chrome
Version: Unavailable yet [Development]
Release Date: September 2, 2008
Download: Not available yet