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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 Chromium sandbox is a separate program, chrome-sandbox (even for Chromium rather than Chrome). You'll see it running with ps aux | grep chrome-sandbox and you can see its relationship to the other Chromium processes with pstree | less -pchromium As mentioned by Cestarian the sandbox is enabled by default and can be disabled with --no-sandbox (but ...


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Chromium fails to start because denying server sockets also denies AF_NETLINK sockets, and for some reason Chromium needs to communicate with udev, which required AF_NETLINK sockets. I don't have an obviously authoritative source, but I'll try to explain from first principles using the underlying source code and hopefully not make too many mistakes in the ...



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