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Removing the period at the end of -user-data-dir. should do the trick. Also, the error message displayed specifies 02 dashes. Either one seems to work for me at the moment, but you may want to play it safe in case Google decides to force one way over the other. So --user-data-dir seems to be more proper.


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Inspired by this thread try the following Pre-condition VM with 4GB Memory + 40GB harddrive Workflow 1. mkdir -pv ~/chromium 2. cd ~/chromium 3. git config --global user.name "You Name" 4. git config --global user.email “youremail@example.com” 5. git config --global core.autocrlf false 6. git config --global core.filemode false 7. git config ...


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To resolve the libattr.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory issue, I have downloaded an armhf version of the library here and installed on my SBC, but I still have the SEGFAULT issue


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You show the output of file libattr.so.1.1.0, but the executable is looking for libattr.so.1. That's not the same name. Normally libattr.so.1 should be a symbolic link to libattr.so.1.1.0, and the right way to create this symbolic link is to run the program ldconfig. So make sure that you put libattr.so.1.1.0 where you want it (/usr/local/lib would be a good ...


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There is an issue with xim. Not sure what. To silence do: $ unset GTK_IM_MODULE $ google-chrome this one is set to xim. (AFAIK) When not set GTK will automatically choose a suitable immodule. Any better solutions and / or explanations on the issue is welcome.


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Increase hard/soft limit. /etc/security/limits.conf Thus far a limit of 8192 seems to be enough. 4096 have proven to be to small. Optionally only increase hard limit (if needed) and do: ulimit -Sn 8192 from shell in which Chrome is started. Note that the use of (the somewhat wide spread) way: sudo sh -c "ulimit -n 8192 && exec su -i ...


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No, not anymore, though I wish they would. It was discontinued be cause the moving around was distracting. I remember how much I hate when (i think firefox's) back button would slide away on pages that didn't have a history and swoop back in when you followed a link. I guess I see their point. though I would really just leave it hidden all the time ...


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It seems like Google changed / enhanced default behaviour of their STUN protocol or enhanced something else. Because now (in comparison to 2 months ago) the ports are getting through our company firewall. These ports (19302) are closed on our firewall. To sum up our findings, Google Hangout is an extremely sloppy documented product.


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I found it. The problem was far not in the connection, it is in the file system. I was trying to copy from NTFS to NTFS. When I formatted the receiving FS to ext4, speed increased to 40+MB/sec.


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At least for now, go to: chrome://flags/#enable-new-avatar-menu Select Disabled and restart browser.


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Now that I'm at work, I'll write up a step by step answer. First off you seem to be doing the steps in the wrong order. As such, I'll number these steps in the order they should be executed. mkdir -pv ~/chromium cd ~/chromium git config --global user.name “Joel Maranhao” git config --global user.email “youremail@example.com” git config --global ...


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Your node wants to start Chrome (or any browser) and use environment variables to set it out. Just export the variable along with the path pointing to the binary and it should work: export CHROME_BIN=/usr/bin/chromium-browser Now, actually it should just call sensible-browser instead of forcing you to do this.



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