Increase linux compatibilty
Using Livemocha on Ubuntu is a pain. Many people with agree with this. Please help us enjoy your site.
I'm a Linux user, so Flash doesn't work well for me. Currently I can't record audio through the site, but I could perfectly record it through other means, and later upload the recording. I think this would greatly improve the experience of all Linux users, and maybe even users of other OS's as well.
You know, like the rest of the internet. This isn't 2002, I do workarounds or I spend money. Never both.
It's a pity that I (and lots of other linux users) can't use this site anymore because of Flash 11.4
Sound submissions is not working on linux, even using Firefox or Chrome!
How about fixing it?
I am really happy with my arch linux + firefox 39.0 but really sad that livemocha still doesn't work
i am agree with you. one of the problems is with browser version.
just stopped using Livemocha because of this
Very, very annoying.
I stopped using livemocha and rosetta stone already several years ago. They promised Linux support to be available soon. Now it's YEARS later ... .
Many other providers will take their place.
So disappointing, definitely going backwards
Again... still waiting for it to be fixed!!!
I just tried again and couldn't login...
I won't stop using Linux just because Livemocha is not "supported" by Linux! Ubuntu is far much better than Window$ and Macinto$h, and I won't stop using it just because your site is not "supported" by this wonderful OS! Please fix this ridiculous lack of compatibility with Linux, otherwise, I think I'd better stop using your site! I stopped using it for so long, and now that I'm back with a new account, it happens not to be "supported" on Linux?!!! What's this about? Are you going back in time or something like that?!!! As I just said, or you fix this bug, or I'll end up stopping to use your site!
A site with flash support required. It is almost 2014. Are you moving back in time at livemocha?
Well, together with 'Linux support in progress' (It's a fricking WEB PAGE. The web was DESIGNED to make things platform independent!!! You actually HAVE to spend additional time to make it locked down for only two OSes </rant>). I am done with this site.
With Firefox download this extension: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/user-agent-switcher/
Add the following user agent to its preferences: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.2; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/29.0.1547.2 Safari/537.36
Then on the livemocha site select that user agent.
You should then be able to login.
I'm using flash version 11,2,202,297. Everything works except microphone.
Eugene Nightmarrr commented
I'm using it on debian wheezy, all goes OK. I've only changed my browser's UA to some windows UA to get possibility to log in.
Martin V commented
For linux users: Change the User Agent string to something like this:
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.2; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/29.0.1547.2 Safari/537.36
In chrome it's easy. Press F12, click the small gear-icon in the lower right corner. Go to Overrides, check User Agent, choose Other in the drop-down, and paste the string above.
Same here, Livemocha doesn't work on Ubuntu 12.04. Funny thing is, that it did work on Ubuntu one or two years ago, when I first signed up. Everything worked just fine, the audio features, even recording from headphones worked. So somebody seemed to made the decision to remove a feature that is already there, for no obvious reasons. I wonder what that person thought? "You know what, let's ditch the Linux users. We will have to rework the site, yes, and we will loose about 3% of our users, but hey, that new plattform-dependent plattform just looks shiny!"
Same problem as well. Flash does not work so I do not user Livemocha for the moment :(
I cannot us e LiveMocha because of the Flash requirement.
So I won't help anybody and wiil end stopping to use it.
i have the same problem, why are you so ignorant livemocha?
For archlinux and chromium browser:
Install chromium-pepper-flash (or chromium-pepper-flash-stable) from aur
Disable all other flash plugins:
Type chrome://plugins/ in the adress bar and press Enter
Click on Details button on the top right
Click on Disable near all the Flash plugins except the first one