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Simple rename or remove directory ~/.cache/google-chrome/ and uncheck Continue running background apps when Google Chrome is closed.
On Mac OS X, use this instead pkill -a -i "Google Chrome" What it does is to look for a Google Chrome process, and kill all of its parent processes as well. From the pkill manual -a Include process ancestors in the match list. By default, the current pgrep or pkill process and all of its ancestors are ...
Try going to chrome://flags/ and enabling Npapi
You must not log in as root user. Either way, go to /usr/share/applications. There should be the .desktop file, copy it to your desktop or when you want and modify the line Exec with the order you want to execute. Then you just have to run chromium clicking on this file (you can use it like a desktop shortcut or a panel icon). If you want, you can also ...
I have to disagree with @dave_thompson_085 on this. To me this is clearly a listening socket since the local address is specified and the foreign address is set to any:any. In other words the local system is waiting for udp datagrams incoming to port 5353 on any interface and from any port on any foreign IP address. This is supported by netstat itself using ...
When you close a GNOME Terminal window, a SIGHUP is sent to the shell that it was running. The shell will typically send a SIGHUP to every process group that it knows it created - even ones started with nohup - and then exit. If the shell is bash, it will skip sending a SIGHUP to any process group that the user marked with disown. Running a command with ...
If chromium-browser is anything like google-chrome then I think the most likely issue is that chromium-browser isn't chromium but is instead a shell-wrapper which initializes state then execs chromium. In my google-chrome installation the binary is actually located in /opt/google/chrome and the wrapper in /usr/bin is just a shell script which sets up a lot ...
Just removed rm -rf Web\ Data from ~/.config/chromium/Default. had to restart computer.
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