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You can use CHROMIUM_USER_FLAGS to change what arguments chromium will be launched with. The default are in /etc/chromium/default. That's where it's getting those flash-related flags. On the command line, the following will start chromium with no flags: CHROMIUM_USER_FLAGS=" " chromium You can set the variable in ~/.profile for the user who shouldn't ...


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The simpliest method I've found : re-run the installer which downloads automaticaly the latest version : # apt-get install --reinstall flashplugin-nonfree then restart your browser



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