Google Chromium builds for Linux

And they call it Chrome…

Just trying a post from within Google’s Linux Chromium. Installed it on a few machines running Ubuntu 9.04 so far. I’ll be trying out the I18n and M18n features and compatibility with various Linux distros as the alphas progress. I have the Chromium development repository in my sources.list and have been following updates. Fun to see how it goes.

I feel naked cruising the Yomiuri Shimbun without my rikaichan firefox extension. Gotta get back to my Heisig. New edition came out a while ago!!!

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About iamacat
Professional writer and multimedia artist. Having studied Japanese and other non-roman alphabet using languages, I appreciate the particular frustrations of language learners in the computer world. I enjoy helping people get their multilingualization going, no matter what operating system or desktop environment they happen to be in. Being an open source enthusiast, I push uim and anthy without reservation in *nix environments. Although lately, ibus has made things easy in modern Linux distributions, to the point of making much of these old posts moot.

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