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/usr/bin/pkill --oldest --signal TERM -f chrome details: TERM is the same as signal 15, hence --signal TERM we want to signal only the root chrome process, hence --oldest in my tests, /usr/bin/wmctrl did not work to exit chrome
For OS X you can use this bit of applescript: activate application "Firefox" tell application "System Events" to keystroke "r" using command down
This command exits the chrome process tree gracefully, in all window managers: pkill --oldest chrome or if you prefer: /usr/bin/pkill --oldest --signal TERM -f chrome Details: gracefully means: avoid seeing “Google Chrome didn't shut down correctly. To repoen ...” next time chrome starts chrome browser (e.g. version 39.0.2171.95) traps and ...
Chromium is a Debian package and therefore Free Software, so it does not have any Digital Restrictive Management support, which Netflix requires.
It is because chrome packages the... Widevine Content Decryption Module - Version: 126.96.36.1997 Enables Widevine licenses for playback of HTML audio/video content. (version: 188.8.131.527) ...whereas chromium does not and Netflix recently switched to allowing HTML5 content by default - (August, I think)? Visit: chrome://plugins ...to see a list. ...
Visiting a webpage does not require a full graphical interface with a browser: all it takes is an HTTP request. Using cURL and Cron, you should be able to schedule an HTTP request every n minutes, for instance. For instance, the following cron call accesses example.com: curl http://example.com If you have a look at your output, you'll see the HTML source ...
Explanation Please note that your issue has nothing to do with Chromium, as this issue could be affecting more than just Chromium. Your system has lost track of the location of some of the installed dynamic libraries, or you may have installed/updated them, and the update did not finish properly. This is verified by the fact that root can still run the ...
Do you use Synergy? I also had this problem (just the hover issue) and found that it was caused by that. Sopping synergy fixes this. I'll try updating it because I need it...
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