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kb:linux:mint17xfceafter1stboot [2015/03/04 19:47]
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 ===== Internet Applications Configuration ===== ===== Internet Applications Configuration =====
-  * Set Firefox homepage to ''<​nowiki>​https://​www.google.ca</​nowiki>''​ +  *  "​≡"​ menu icon 
-    * http://​www.linuxmint.com/​searchengines.php +    * General → Set Firefox homepage to ''<​nowiki>​https://​www.google.ca</​nowiki>''​ 
-      * left-click on the "​Star"​ icon (beside the search box) to Bookmark this page +  * http://​www.linuxmint.com/​searchengines.php 
-       Again left-click on the "​Star"​ icon to edit this link +    * left-click on the "​Star"​ icon (beside the search box) to Bookmark this page 
-        * Edit the bookmark **Name:** to just "''​Search engines''"​ +    * Again left-click on the "​Star"​ icon to edit this link 
-        * Change the bookmark **Folder:** to "​Bookmarks Toolbar"​ +      * Edit the bookmark **Name:** to just "''​Search engines''"​ 
-      * Click on the "​Google"​ icon at the very bottom of this page +      * Change the bookmark **Folder:** to "​Bookmarks Toolbar"​ 
-        * While on the "​Google in Linux Mint" page, follow the "How can I add Google to Linux Mint?" instructions.+    * Click on the "​Google"​ icon at the very bottom of this page 
 +      * While on the "​Google in Linux Mint" page, follow the "How can I add Google to Linux Mint?" instructions.
 <​note>​For any Linux Downloads directly from Google, you **need** to know if you are running a 32bit or 64bit version of the Linux Mint ... As it is up to the end-user to ensure that the corresponding 32bit or 64bit .deb files are correctly selected to install any Google program or plug-in. (Occasionally the "best guess" by Google is wrong.)</​note>​ <​note>​For any Linux Downloads directly from Google, you **need** to know if you are running a 32bit or 64bit version of the Linux Mint ... As it is up to the end-user to ensure that the corresponding 32bit or 64bit .deb files are correctly selected to install any Google program or plug-in. (Occasionally the "best guess" by Google is wrong.)</​note>​
   * http://​www.google.com/​linuxrepositories/​ → "​Google Voice and Video Chat"   * http://​www.google.com/​linuxrepositories/​ → "​Google Voice and Video Chat"