Quicken Deluxe 2013 from Amazon Crossover Installation Guide
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 25, 2013
I am using Crossover 12.1.12 and bought Quicken Deluxe 2013 from Amazon. I ran into a problem, that I assume many others have, and so I wanted to give a step-by-step guide to help anyone on how to fix it.
When you purchase any kind of software from Amazon, they keep it in your account in your library, however when you download it, you are not downloading the actual software, you are downloading a temporary installer, that downloads it for you. Even when using the Quicken 2013 bottle option in Crossover, you still got an error message. So here is what I did.
1)First, create a bottle for Internet Explorer 7 and install it. (It will download it for you) This will be the basis for your Quicken installation.
2)Go back to the bottle of IE-7 in the Applications tab, and select Install Software.
3)Select and install Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0
4)Go back to the IE-7 Bottle, and in the Bottle Tab, select the Run Command option. From here, open the Quicken Installation downl
beginners guide to Amazon Web Services (EC2, S3, RDS, EBS etc)
location: linuxexchange.com - date: February 13, 2013
Ive been delving into the world of AWS and, with very little server management experience under my belt, I'm quickly getting lost!
I'm looking at creating a system that uses Route 53, Elastic Load Balancing, EC2, RDS, S3 (possibly with CloudFront as well) so I can host a user generated content website that also streams video.
So Ive been looking at the following books:
Host Your Web Site On The Cloud: Amazon Web Services Made Easy
Programming Amazon Web Services: S3, EC2, SQS, FPS, and SimpleDB
Programming Amazon EC2: Run Applications on Amazon's Infrastructure with EC2, S3, SQS, SimpleDB, and Other Services
If I had to go for one of these what would you recommend?
Most importantly are there any resources you can recommend for a newbie like myself to quickly learn and understand the nuances to AWS?
Official Amazon AMI for Ubuntu?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 30, 2011
I'm hoping to set up an Amazon EC2 compute instance running the latest Ubuntu. Does anyone know how I can find an "official" one, perhaps published directly by canonical?
This company professes to publish "official" ones but I have no way to confirm that:
Amazon Instant Video
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 29, 2012
When trying to stream a movie with Amazon Instant Video, I am given an error message saying that my Flash player is unsupported (using Chrome browser 23.0.1271.97). It claims that I must either disable PPAPI or use a different browser.
So I tried using Firefox (17.0.1) with the Adobe Flash plugin (188.8.131.528ubuntu0.12.04.1) from the Software Centre only to get an error message that says that either my browser or Flash player needs to be updated.
I'm using the latest version of the aforementioned software. I don't know what PPAPI is but I assume it's Chrome's Flash plugin.
updating Amazon's video player
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 26, 2012
I've been watching a lot of tv shows through Amazon Prime lately (since Netflix doesn't support Linux, they're basically our only option). Today though, when I tried to use their web-player (on firefox), I got a message saying it needed to update. I waited for the download bar to fill, and when it finished, it gave the following error:
"An error occurred and your player could not be updated. This is likely because your Flash Player or Browser needs to be updated. This update is required to play back this video."
I figured this was because flash has stopped providing linux updates, so I tried to use Amazon's player on both Chromium and Chrome and I got the same result.
Does anyone know what I can do to get the necessary updates (or just bypass them and get the player to work anyway)?
ps. I realize in retrospect that this is probably the wrong forum for this thread. If anyone would care to move it, I'd be fine with that.
edit: figured it out. Feel free to delete this thre
Amazon MP3 downloads from cloud player
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 4, 2012
I used to buy albums from the Amazon MP3 store via the link in Banshee. Since Amazon have introduced their cloud player, this doesn't work any more. Songs are automatically added to the Cloud Player and you can only download them one at a time as Amazon's downloader doesn't work in linux.
I'm running UBUNTU 12.04.
Can't Play amazon instant video
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 28, 2012
so... I'm a fairly proficient computer user. I code c, I build hardware, etc... BUT FOR THE LIFE OF ME I CANNOT GET AMAZON VIDEO TO WORK ANYMORE!! I don't know what the beezwax is going on. I have installed hal, updated chrome, and restarted a bunch.
32 12.04 ubuntu
chrome (standard release)
11.3 flash (built into chrome)
amazon instant video just goes black, after it loads, and doesn't play. Adobe claims it's drm bull*#@*, but I think something else is happening.
here is what terminal spits out when I run chrome...
ALSA lib pcm_dmix.c:957:(snd_pcm_dmix_open) The dmix plugin supports only playback stream
it says that about every two seconds... I googled the error, but only found a ridiculous bug fix that I can't believe is the solution to such a basic problem.
Remote Desktop Access on Amazon EC2 Ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 27, 2009
I am fairly new to Linux so excuse the newbie questions I may ask.
I am trying to install a Linux application on ubuntu server from Amazon EC2 clouds. I would like to have remote desktop access to the server instead of terminal. how can I do that? I know there is a way to enable remote desktop in ubuntu, but i guess it needs to be done through SSH. can any one help me wit that? what are the commands? thanks for any help. god bless.
Watching amazon instant videos
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 1, 2013
I am not able to search, so apologize if this has been discussed.
I am running 12.10 and have the latest updates. I tried to rent a video from amazon's instant video. I got an error about the flashplayer not being up to date.
Is it possible to watch amazon instant videos on ubuntu?
It would be kind of funny if we can't, since ubuntu made that deal with amazon.
Netflix & Amazon prime video (flash)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 13, 2013
I installed tonight; I am a woman of very little needs; I need my Netflix account to work, and I need to be able to watch my Amazon Prime videos.
I managed to figure out how to start a terminal window, AND get the commands to install Netflix. At the end, I got screen asking me to agree to Micrtosoft's terms, with an [ok] at the bottom. I could not click on this. typing ok did nothing. nothing allowed to to acknowlege that I did, indeed, agree.
I tried again.
I restarted the computer.
I can't re-install, I can't get to where I wanted to go. I don't understand what is being told to me in the terminal window. I'm simply that new. However all I can tell you is that I can't get to that [ok] window again. Until I get past this, I can't watch Netflix movies.
At Amazon, I get three versions of Linux flash versions that I can download. I need to know the path to Firefox and type in commands, but I have to idea how to find the path to firefox.
This is a steep learning curve for an
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