After a cross-country move, I no longer physical access to a certain computer running Ubuntu 12.04, but I do have
ssh access. I never plan on using Chrome on that computer again, and I would like to clear my cookies, history, cache, and all other private data on that computer from the command line.
I was surprised that I couldn't find any google hits on this topic. Here's one that is close, but it only works for Windows and/or OSX.
That site also includes the following warning:
Google Chrome settings and storage represent user-selected preferences and information and MUST not be extracted, overwritten or modified except through Google Chrome defined APIs.
Is that something to worry about in this case?