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I found a solution. I use a python script which runs a simple QWebKit window. This is the code I'm currently using (maybe I find some further improvements). (uses some snippets from Stackexchange) #!/usr/bin/env python import sys from PyQt4 import QtGui, QtCore from PyQt4.QtCore import * from PyQt4.QtGui import * from PyQt4.QtWebKit import * class ...
Kill it! #!/bin/bash killall epiphany And btw: on my system (Debian Jessie) the process name is just epiphany. You can see the process list e.g. with ps -A.
sensible-browser does the following: if the BROWSER environment variable contains anything, it splits the value using : and each substring is tried as a candidate for a browser (so you can set BROWSER to be your favourite browser's executable); if you're running GNOME, it tries running gnome-www-browser, which you can configure using update-alternatives ...
By default, the user agent string in Chromium does not include Chromium. This means that, to a server, there's no distinction between a user running Chrome and a user running Chromium (given the versions are the same). However, distros compiling Chromium on their own can change what the default user agent string is. This is what Ubuntu does (at least). For ...
There is no FreeBSD version of Google Chrome.
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