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Black Chrome windows are often, but not always, a symptom of a version mismatch between the X11 video driver and the kernel video driver. I've found that, amongst the programs I use regularly, Chrome was by far the most sensitive to such mismatches. Such a mismatch usually happens after doing a partial system upgrade. Finishing the upgrade and rebooting (to ...


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RHEL/CentOS 6 is not supported by Chrome since v28. It could be all sorts of problems. You could try alternative install scripts, like the one from http://chrome.richardlloyd.org.uk/ to be sure everything is in place, but on the long run I don't think you will get happier.


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After trying many solutions that did not work for me, here's something that just worked fine. sudo apt-get install chromium-browser-l10n


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sensible-browser does the following: if the BROWSER environment variable contains anything, it splits the value using : and each substring is tried as a candidate for a browser (so you can set BROWSER to be your favourite browser's executable); if you're running GNOME, it tries running gnome-www-browser, which you can configure using update-alternatives ...


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I solved it in the following manner. -Go to settings -> advanced settings. -Click on "add Printer". After that you will have to sign in by a different page -insert email and click next. -insert password and click next. after that chromium should be synchronizzable. You should select the "stay synced" checkbox to be quite for the future.


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How about adding: --load-plugin=/path/to/plugin1,/path/to/plugin2 to your CHROMIUM_FLAGS http://peter.sh/experiments/chromium-command-line-switches provides a useful reference for the command line options.


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Try running Google Chrome with the argument --disable-gpu. It should help you if the problem is related to the graphics card and its drivers. If you want to see the logs while the system is frozen, log in to the system with ssh before of to run the browsers and look the logs. If the ssh session is also frozen then probably the kernel crashed.


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The poor folks writing a web based terminal for a kvm/ip product are almost certainly not going to have an unqualified success. There are too many challenges in the way even if you ignore unicode issues and just focus on the american market. I am going to ignore the video/mouse issues as they are mostly solved (except for movies/games with high frame rates) ...


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Fedora 14 is rather old, consider upgrading it if possible. $ sudo yum install fedora-upgrade $ sudo fedora-upgrade Chrome 43 is quite new, it's no surprise that its dependencies conflict with your system's


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By default, the user agent string in Chromium does not include Chromium. This means that, to a server, there's no distinction between a user running Chrome and a user running Chromium (given the versions are the same). However, distros compiling Chromium on their own can change what the default user agent string is. This is what Ubuntu does (at least). For ...


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There is no FreeBSD version of Google Chrome.



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