Mar 23 2021 10:55 AM
Mar 23 2021 10:55 AM
Hello Insiders! Today we’re releasing build 91.0.831.1 to the Dev channel. To start out, we’ve got two big features we’re excited to unveil, as well as some other exciting community updates:
As for all of this week’s new features and fixes:
As always, it’s your feedback that makes all this possible!
Mar 25 2021 07:24 AM
Where are the Global Media Controls? They seem to be missing now on the latest Edge Dev, but are still present on Edge Stable...
try enabling this flag if you don't see Global media controls flags:
honestly I think it's time to turn it on by default and remove the flags completely. it's been turned on by default on Chrome for a while now.
Mar 25 2021 08:56 AM
Unfortunately, on the Linux version, Edge is now bound to glibc v2.18 instead of glibc v2.17.
As a result, it is not possible to install Microsoft Edge v91.0.831.1 anymore on CentOS 7, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 and others (Oracle, etc) that are built on glibc v2.17.
This is what yum returns when trying to update Edge (in French but you will understand):
---> Le paquet microsoft-edge-dev.x86_64 0:91.0.825.0-1 sera mis à jour ---> Le paquet microsoft-edge-dev.x86_64 0:91.0.831.1-1 sera utilisé --> Traitement de la dépendance : libc.so.6(GLIBC_2.18)(64bit) pour le paquet : microsoft-edge-dev-91.0.831.1-1.x86_64 --> Résolution des dépendances terminée Erreur : Paquet : microsoft-edge-dev-91.0.831.1-1.x86_64 (microsoft-edge-dev) Requiert : libc.so.6(GLIBC_2.18)(64bit)
Would you plan to attach to version 2.17 back again or is it necessary to keep binding to version 2.18 for new features?
Mar 25 2021 03:29 PM - edited Mar 26 2021 12:20 PM
I got the same error.
I only use edge for testing so it is annoying but not critical. I know that Redhat 7 and it's derivatives are considered old and if dropping glibc 2.17 is MS's decision then so be it. We will just send the Edge testing further downstream where Windows desktops dominate.
Mar 26 2021 07:31 AM
Mar 26 2021 11:02 AM
@josh_bodner hi! I sent couple of feedbacks.. Is there a way for users to get access to the tickets? Is there a plan to opensource Edge?
Edge on Ubuntu works great apart from the import favorites feature that is broken (apparently it's not specific to Linux) and... techcommunity.microsoft.com that is badly rendered. I had no issue with any other site, but this very forum in particular, renders badly and prevent me to access the "replies" to comments. It works better after choosing "Discussion Options > Printer Friendly Page"
Thanks for the great browser!
Mar 26 2021 11:41 PM
Mar 27 2021 01:16 AM
@mkathe cores on Ubuntu are forwarded to apport, and get archived, together with the cmdline used to start the program, into .crash files under /var/crash, that you can extract with apport-unpack. hope this helps... You should also have something logged in the journal.
Mar 27 2021 02:53 AM
Mar 31 2021 05:46 PM