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The download page for Chrome Canary tells me: Chrome Canary is currently not available on the linux platform. You can try Chrome Canary for Windows 32-bit, Windows 64-bit or OSX. The list of channels doesn't show any Canary build for Chrome.


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Step 1 - Download the zip https://download-chromium.appspot.com/ Step 2 $ ./chrome --no-sandbox NOTE: cd /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/ sudo ln -sf libudev.so.1 libudev.so.0


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I have solved this problem defenitively with this script : #!/bin/bash # # Execute this script as root after you have installed chromium-browser package. # This script create a new patched launcher without any modification of the original files. # # To remove the patched launcher created with this script : # # sudo rm /usr/bin/chromium-browser-patched # ...


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You could try enter this in the terminal: sudo apt-get install pepper teacup and it might work fine this way.


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please test if by overriding the system settings for Microsoft type fonts the problem is solved. The problem is because freetype, the font rendering engine works differently trying to render Windows type fonts correctly (This is more of a horrible job in Microsoft than on Linux) by taking into account the embedded bitmaps these fonts have inside by default. ...


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The proper place to put .desktop shortcuts is in $HOME/.local/share/applications. I always put my Chromium shortcuts there (actually I was pretty sure they were already there by default). I'm sort of a neat freak and don't like keeping things on my desktop That's a good habit and you shouldn't be forced to keep shortcuts on it.


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Simply: rm -rf ~/.config/google-chrome/Default/Web\ Data


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Found the part of the solution. I have instaled epiphany-browser. in startup applications add epiphany-browser http ://localhost:8080/gui Epiphany remembers username and password just tap enter and I have utserver with gui.


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I disabled all extensions and the browser started to work again. It seems the extension that generated the crashes was Buffer 2.6.4. Problem solved, thx to @Rinzwind's advice.


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You could just use Chrome instead of Chromium, if you need a browser to work with flash out of the box. (I am not sure about Chromium, but am using Chrome and I have Flash built in which works fine.)


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According to this You can't. You would have to recompile Chromium and edit the line that disallows NPAPI.


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I think I found the problem.. It seems like all the default font settings in Chromium got reset when installing Kubuntu desktop. In Settings->Web Content->Customize fonts.. all fonts was set to Abyssinica SIL.. The fonts quality improved by selecting DejaVu font instead: Example after changing: Still, the quality could be improved by installing ...


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Chrome and Chromium are not the same, I installed it from (not the apt-get one!) since from here is the most updated version: https://www.google.com/chrome/browser/?platform=linux And its working perfectly in my new 14.04 LTS, just select the correct debian package and doblue click on it and it will launch the software setup, type your password and youre ...


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Deleting the .config/chromium folder and seems to have solved the issue.


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Yes, this seems to be a bug. there's a Launchpad Report for this: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/firefox/+bug/1316250. So hopefully there will be progress in solving this bug. A quick workaround that also worked for me is the following: In Firefox 29: Type about:config [Enter] - Promise to be careful - In the Search Bar type ...


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Chromeium appears to be working fine for me though chrome is an issue. The problem seems to be that Chrome is looking for a symlik to a library that is not there. This issue has occured before in 13.04, see How to fix missing libudev.so.0 for Chrome to start again? for the fix.


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On the page with the error message, there will be a link to a troubleshooting page. Run the diagnostic tests, then click the button to "Send Results." This will send the information to the system administrator or help desk for the Adobe Connect server. For good measure, you might also contact them with a separate message. (I don't know that this will really ...


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To change your font please install unity-tweak-tool from software center, run it from dash and and choose fonts. Also if the option "hinting" is not set to slight please do so, EDIT We can do the same thing for chrome and see if that helps there Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar. Select Settings. Click Show advanced settings and go to the ...


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Uncheck the "Use system title bars and borders" option: This will eliminate the title bar, and merge the window control buttons (Close, Minimize, etc.) with the tab bar.


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First go to vt2 (Ctrl + Alt + -->) then type: cp /opt/google/chrome/pepper/libpepflashplayer.so /home/chronos/[your user # *]/Downloads/ Then, in Ubuntu, copy the file to /usr/lib/chromium-browser/plugins and type in the terminal: gksudo gedit #(or preferred text editor) Now open /etc/chromium-browser/default in that editor and add to this file: ...


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To the best of my recollection, if the browser window is open, be it Chromium or Firefox, it will only shake the icon and not bring the window to the front. I do not believe there is a way to bring the browser window to the front in this situation without getting deeper than a toggle switch in your settings.



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