[sf-lug] Running Linux in a browser under Win7
jim at systemateka.com
Wed Dec 26 12:33:40 PST 2012
Can you expand your use case? I don't get the
phrase "running Linux in a browser".
I can get accessing a Linux system with a browser,
but it seems to me a browser pretty much makes a
connection to a web server on the remote host.
I suppose someone could make an app that turns
the browser into a terminal window.
Seems possible, thouoh less likely, that someone
would create a "desktop environment" as a
web-accessible app (for example,your web browser
takes on the appearance and functionality of a Gnome
or KDE or...).
In both of the above cases, any actions you would
kick off would act on the remote host. Seems poor
(and possibly impossible) design to allow much to
happen on your local machine.
On Wed, 2012-12-26 at 11:55 -0800, Christian Einfeldt wrote:
> I am currently working for an employer that does not allow anything
> other than Microsoft Win 7 and IE. Gmail is blacklisted. Is there a
> method to run Linux in a browser?
> I have tried this site:
> But IE just chokes on the site and Linux never boots, saying "out of
> memory at line 9"
> I do not have either Firefox or Google Chrome as an option. Just IE.
> Or, as another option, is there a website that would fool IE by
> allowing me to get to Gmail by running gmail in a remote window of
> some sort? Thx.
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