Hey CloudReady Fans!
The Neverware team is very excited to promote our latest release v55.2 on the Dev, Beta & Stable channels.
As always, if you're running from a USB-stick, you will need to remake your stick. Updates do not work on removable media.
Release Notes for v55.2:
- OS Upgrade to v55
- Media plugin updates and fixes
- Fix for Widevine plugin media in paid product version
- New disable option for installed media plugins
- New Model Certification
- Intel NUC D34010WYK
- Include new Default Wallpaper (replacing gray background) on fresh installs of CloudReady
- Added sis190 ethernet drivers in kernel [CFV-44]
As announced in this blog post, Google is beginning the process of making HTML5 the default browser experience over Flash. CloudReady v55.2 includes those changes, so be aware in case you observe some unexpected behavior on sites that depend on Flash. This slide deck by Google is a very good reference to have in terms of understanding the user experience expectations. If you are having some difficulties viewing sites that require Flash and want to follow the recommended path for enabling Flash, follow these steps:
1) Confirm installation of the Adobe Flash plugin in the Settings menu, if it is not installed - please install it
2) Check 'Content settings' under the 'Privacy' section in the Setting menu. Select 'Ask first' option
3) Navigate to chrome://plugins and verify Adobe Flash Player is enabled and the 'Always allowed to run' checkbox is unchecked
4) Navigate to a site with known Flash requirements. Screenshots below use Spotify and enable the site to allow Flash use. After you've done this once, Chrome will respect the setting for that site going forward.