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Have you enabled the plugin in the about:plugins menu? To access this in your address bar type about:plugins.                  Make sure that the plugin has been enabled. Other things to try Look through the open issues of Chromium. Here's a list of the open issues with JDK ...


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The answer is Chromium OS! It's an open-source Gentoo Linux derivative and Chrome OSs base. The kernel for both Chrome OS and Chromium OS is Linux. Chromium OS uses the Linux Kernel. Historically we stayed on a 2.6.32 Ubuntu-based for the first several releases, but have since then moved on to track the upstream mainline kernel directly, applying our ...


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According to this blog post it sounds like the technique is identical for Chrome as well, "Adding SSL certificates to Google Chrome Linux (Ubuntu)". The directions from that post were specific to Ubuntu but should be easily adapted to other Linux variants. NOTE: Much of the contents below was excerpted from this article! 1. Add Software $ sudo apt-get ...



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