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You answered your own question, pepperflashplugin-nonfree is the way to go. In your case, you need to enable the wheezy-backports repository, adding the following line to your sources.list: deb http://http.debian.net/debian wheezy-backports main contrib non-free Then, update the list of available packages with apt-get update, and finally install it with ...
Turns out I only needed to install chromium-inspector (not to be confused with chromium-browser-inspector) and chromium. For some reason it "fixed" the other dependencies. The procedure was the following: Export bookmarks to a .html file (via Chromium's Bookmark Manager) Backup configs (cp -r ~/.config/chromium BAK) apt-get purge chromium apt-get ...
You want to hold that package at it's current version. Make sure you have apt-mark installed. After installing chromium version 34, use this command apt-mark hold chromium Then rerun apt-get install -f
I have had this problem take a look here kaslnetwork.com/articles/making-ugly-fonts-pretty-in-arch-linux. P.S.: Adding as formal answer after confirmation from the asker.
Same issue for me. This issue is reported and confirmed http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=378303
You need an rpm built for SLED 11 - the error you see means that the package has been compiled and linked against versions of libraries not available on your system. You may want to have a look at the openSUSE software portal, there might be a Chromium build for SLED. If not and you are fine with playing a little bit with creating packages than you can ...
You may need to install it manually. As this lib is not available in default SELD yum repository. You can try installing this rpm manually.
There are two kinds of Flash plugins on Linux: NPAPI and PPAPI. Since you copied NPAPI version to place Chrome expects a PPAPI one, it fails to load it. More important facts are: Google removed support for NPAPI in Chrome; Google also removed DRM support in PPAPI Flash; Chromium is also affected by this. The only options you have left are: try ...
Why manual edits? Just "Click on "Don't ask again" in the pop-up." as indicated. I don't see any indication in your question that you have tried that.
If you add up MEM% for all the identical looking chrome processes, then you have well over 100%, which is impossible. That's because those are not, in fact, separate processes, they're threads, which share the same memory space. htop shows these by default, but see here for how to change that and get a view that will make more sense to you. Your total used ...
If you go to Chrome settings --> "Show advanced settings" and uncheck "Continue running background apps when Chrome is closed", that might solve the problem. Otherwise, you could use the command pgrep chrome | xargs kill or pkill chrome (from this answer). These two links both explains how to create a launcher (menu button) in Xfce (Xubuntu). Just create ...
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