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Moonlight was a free and open source implementation of [http://silverlight.net/ Silverlight], primarily for Linux and other Unix/X11 based operating systems. Moonlight 1.0 was released on January 20, 2009 and 2.0 on December 17, 2009. The preview release of Moonlight 4.0 was released in early 2011.
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{{Note|Not to be confused with [[Pipelight]] (previously known as Moonlight) the Linux port of Silverlight.}}
  
{{Note|Since 2011 the project has been discontinued (from [[Wikipedia:Moonlight (runtime)|Wikipedia]]):<br>
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Moonlight (formerly known as Limelight) is an open-source implementation of NVIDIA's GameStream protocol, as used by the NVIDIA Shield, with a set of third-party clients.
''"In December 2011 Miguel de Icaza announced that work on Moonlight had stopped with no future plans. He explained that, although there was always some bloat, complication and over-engineering in the Silverlight vision, Microsoft had "cut the air supply" to it by omitting cross-platform components, making it a web-only plugin, and including Windows-only features. He advised developers to separate user interface code from the rest of their application development to ensure "a great UI experience on every platform (Mac, Linux, Android, iOS, Windows and Web)" without being dependent on third party APIs."''}}
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== Installation ==
 
== Installation ==
=== Mozilla Firefox ===
 
There are two options for installing Moonlight in Firefox.
 
  
'''From the [[AUR]]:''' Install the {{AUR|firefox-moonlight}} package.
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Moonlight is available as the {{AUR|moonlight}} package.
 
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'''Manually:''' Go to the [http://www.go-mono.com/moonlight/download.aspx download page] of the Moonlight website and download and install the {{ic|.xpi}} file.
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=== Google Chrome ===
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'''From the AUR:''' Install the {{AUR|google-chrome-extension-moonlight}} package.
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'''Manually:'''
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Installing extensions from outside the [https://chrome.google.com/webstore/category/home Chrome Web Store] is a [http://support.google.com/chrome_webstore/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=2664769 hidden] since Chrome v21.
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# Download the [http://www.go-mono.com/moonlight/download.aspx Moonlight package] for Chrome.
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# Make sure no page is currently opened inside Chrome that is trying to load Silverlight/Moonlight.
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# Go to the extensions page.
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# Enable "Developer mode" (top right).
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# Now drag and drop the extension file to the extensions page.
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# You can turn off "Developer mode" if you wish.
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{{Tip|[http://mokeke.sytes.net/downloads/linux/Novell_Moonlight/ An alternative download link], in case the [http://www.go-mono.com/moonlight/ Moonlight web site] isn't responding.}}
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== Tips and tricks ==
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You may trick the Moonlight plugin to play supposedly unsupported content by editing the version number in {{ic|libmoonpluginxpi.so}}.
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For Google Chrome:
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sed -i 's/4.0.51204.0/4.0.60831.0/g' ~/.config/google-chrome/Default/Extensions/ldjmcjaammmjjilbjpacphekcgfnmdlk/3.99.0.3_?/moonlight/libmoonpluginxpi.so
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For Mozilla Firefox:
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sed -i 's/4.0.51204.0/4.0.60831.0/g' ~/.mozilla/firefox/'''$(sed -n 's/^Path=//p' ~/.mozilla/firefox/profiles.ini)'''/extensions/moonlight@novell.com/plugins/moonlight/libmoonpluginxpi.so
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The command '''{{ic|1=$(sed -n 's/^Path=//p' ~/.mozilla/firefox/profiles.ini)}}''' finds out the default profile as stated in {{ic|1=~/.mozilla/firefox/profiles.ini}}.
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{{Note|DRM protected content is not supported.}}
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== Resources ==
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* [http://www.mono-project.com/Moonlight Moonlight Project]
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* [http://www.go-mono.com/moonlight/ Get Moonlight]
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Latest revision as of 03:08, 2 April 2016

Note: Not to be confused with Pipelight (previously known as Moonlight) the Linux port of Silverlight.

Moonlight (formerly known as Limelight) is an open-source implementation of NVIDIA's GameStream protocol, as used by the NVIDIA Shield, with a set of third-party clients.

Installation

Moonlight is available as the moonlightAUR package.