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Old 06-19-2008, 06:41 PM   #1
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LXer: Installing Google Gears in Puppy Linux

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I'd been complaining for at least a month about how I couldn't install Google Gears to gain offline functionality for Google Docs because Gears only supported Firefox 1.5 to 2.x, and I was running Ubuntu 8.04 with Firefox 3 and Debian Lenny with Iceweasel. Now that Gears works with Firefox 3, Ubuntu is taken care of. But I could've done this weeks ago, had I only come up with this solution: I could (and now am) running Google Gears with Docs in Puppy Linux.



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