HTML5 is still a work in progress and some browsers can’t do what others can at the moment. List for geeks: Comparison_of_layout_engines: HTML5. An example for the not so geeky: Chrome and Safari allows HTML5 video streaming on Youtube while Firefox does not. While this will all change in good time, a great show of HTML5′s potential has been shown. A port of a classic game, Quake II, has been made available to play via your web browser! Freaking awesome!!
It’s all still very beta. Depending on which browser you try(ATM only Chrome and Safari) and it’s version you may experience slow FPS, no sound and screen flickering.
To help minimize fail, before you start to follow the instructions on installing quake2-gwt-port make sure you have the following installed before hand.
Installing JKD before trying to run “./build-dedicated-server” is important. I thought I had it still installed on my system, and when that failed to build I went, “DUH” and installed it.