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I'm trying to install Moonlight, but I can only find instructions for setting it up in Firefox. And in the Ubuntu 10.04 repositories, I found a "moonlight-plugin-mozilla" package, but not "moonlight-plugin-chrome" (or similar). Is there any way to do this, or does Moonlight not yet run in Chrome?

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"New Silverlight for Linux Release (Moonlight 3 Preview 6) With Chrome support"

It should support it, but I haven't got a Linux system nearby at the moment. Sorry if this doesnt help.

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I tried it now, and it did not work on my computer. Ubuntu 9.10, updated. Chrome 5.0.375.70 beta. – Algific Jun 9 '10 at 20:31
Check this thread: | You may have to install the nonfree codecs (chromium-nonfree or what.. just search for chromium in your package manager and you'll find it.) – Shiki Jun 10 '10 at 4:39

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