I introduced myself and my particluar circumstances in this thread last summer. I haven’t made any inroads into the community since. Now that the SAFE Network is up and running in what, beta, mode, I would like to test the waters again. (btw , I’ve also registered an account at the SAFE Network Wiki).
I figure there are two issues I need to overcome:
- finding a firefox add-on/extension through which I will be able to register with and log into the SAFE Network and to browse its webpages
- find ways other than using regular money that I can accrue the necessary currency to do stuff that isn’t free,
I have located safe_firefox_addon, but I’ve been unable to install it. The README tells me
NodeJs should be installed. I don’t know how to check that here on my public library PC running Lububtu 14.04. Anyway, I don’t know what to do next.
My terminal doesn’t allow me much latitude. The only thing resembling a command line prompt is this:
Anything requiring a
sudocommand is obviously beyond my user rights.
Anyway, I’m stuck.
Perhaps I need to wait until this or another add-on is published via Firefox’ own repository interface?