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I wanted to update this post. I've reinstalled Ubuntu 14.04.2 for the third time. This time I didn't installed my Brother printer & scanner (MFC) Linux drivers (they are universal as I haven't had my specific model drivers). On previous installs I would install immediately all printer drivers and web browser crashing would start after first 2 restarts. ...


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It appears that it's related with the HDMI port on the TV. I had this problem and at first I solved it turning off my home theater, so that the audio would come from the TV's speakers. Then, after reading this post I tried using the HDMI extender and now I get the sound from my home theater. I hope it helps.


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TL;DR The script can not work because that shortcut will be sent to the active window, and that's not chromium-browser with Streamus This is your reload xdotool command xdotool search --limit 1 --name "^Streamus$" | xargs -I {} xdotool windowactivate --sync {} key ctrl+r The complete command in your case is: /usr/bin/chromium-browser --disable-gpu ...


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Possibly related bug report: http://crbug.com/449740 It mentions some trouble when interacting with gnome-keyring, and suggests running google-chrome --password-store=basic (this is insecure, please use it only for this testing). It also mentions that a Chrome version downgrade may cause it: In general, this message will be seen if we Over install from ...


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I had the same problem with Ubuntu 14.10. The problem was solved when I upgraded Ubuntu to 15.04. BTW "Adobe Brackets" is also gets normal from "very slow".


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Here are some check points that I use to improve responsiveness. On Firefox, check the add-ons consumption with ... the addons-memory addon (then disable any addon that shows high consumption.) If you use AdBlock (quite heavy), replace it with ublock origin or µblock (available on Chromium as well) Optimize swappiness : echo vm.swappiness=5 | sudo tee ...


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I solved this by closing chrome and then runnning: find ~/.config/google-chrome/ -name LOCK -delete


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THE ONLY SOLUTION TO THIS PROBLEM IS: there is no solution of removing this adsmatte without hurting your log file so it is necessary to first reset your modem if you are using a wifi router because the main problem causing by this virus is that it changes your ip address. after reseting your wifi you have to factory reset your phone or any device which has ...


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You can solve this by adding the shortcut to your applications folder. Here's how I do it via point and click. Given that you've set the app the open in it's own window, From the App launcher, or the chrome://apps page, right click the web app and select Create shortcuts. From the pop-up, select Desktop. This allows you to rename the shortcut. ...


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I am using kubuntu and I've removed the libibus packet at all with all depended packets including the ibus packet itself. No any critical packages was removed, the only some unity packages which was not used anyway under kubuntu. The problem disappears.


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Reinstalling chromium will not do anything as it is installed in your chromium profile in your home. In chromium, in Settings, enable Advanced settings, and choose Reset Settings. This should do it. If not, and unless you find out what exact files need to be removed, you can take the radical action to remove your ~/.config/chromium folder but you will ...


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This does not appear to be an OS related issue. I would recommend you to read this http://www.quora.com/How-do-I-stop-AdsMatte-spam-popups-and-ads Basically it is an attack on/via your router. You should hard reset it. A lot of computers on my intranet got affected. I got rid of it that way.


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Please refer to this post for a short guide on removing malware. In addition to what answers were posted in that thread I would recommend that you do a full reset on all of your browsers just to be safe. It is not that common for non Windows systems to get infections but it is still a possibility that they can get in, and the most common types of infections ...


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This question is now irrelevant as Chrome no longer supports Java beyond version 35.


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Using apt-mark: You can use apt-mark to hold back the package so that it will not be updated automatically: $ sudo apt-mark hold chromium-browser chromium-browser set on hold. $ apt-mark showhold chromium-browser To cancel the hold status: $ sudo apt-mark unhold chromium-browser Canceled hold on chromium-browser. From man apt-mark: hold ...


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maybe disabling the adobe flash player can solve it. in the chrome enter= chrome://plugins (i dont have chromium,so if dosent work replace chrome vs chromium)and disable flash player or ppapi flash) and for firefox go to addons and plugins.


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Download this. It is a program called Main Menu that lets you make launchers with custom commands. Create a new launcher and tell it to run the command chromium-browser --no-referrers. You can find a chromium logo on google and set it as the icon if you want. PS: To get the new launcher on the sidebar, search for it using the super (windows) key and drag it ...


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You need to edit the chromium-browser.desktop file a bit, but best practice is to edit a local copy of it in ~/.local/share/applications. What you need to do Copy the global chromium-browser.desktop from /usr/share/applications to ~/.local/share/applications cp /usr/share/applications/chromium-browser.desktop ~/.local/share/applications Open the file: ...


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Open the application "Terminal" like you'd open chromium-browser and type chromium-browser --no-referrers and hit Enter. Use chromium and after you closed it, wait a little and close the terminal.


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It seems your user doesn't have permission to access the folder ~/.config/chromium. As suggested in this thread at Ubuntu forums, you have to delete this folder and let chromium create the next time you start it. So type sudo rm -rf ~/.config/chromium in a terminal window. Now start your browser normally. The problem should be fixed.


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Have you tried to do this in the terminal: sudo apt-get install pepper teacup sudo apt-get install flash-plugin-installer sudo apt-get install --reinstall chromium firefox and it might work fine this way.


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Try to Install it from here. If that didn't work just search in Software Center.


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This site attempts to load insecure scripts. The loading of the Scripts will be blocked by the browser. In this specific case it is probably because that some scripts be loaded via a connection without SSL. Open the URL and click the marked icon: Chrome/Chromium Firefox


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Correct the ownership, assuming pipi is your username: chown -R pipi:pipi /home/pipi and the permissions for all folders: find /home/pipi -type d -print0 | xargs -0 chmod 775 775 - These are the default permissions when you create a new folder.


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Specifically for 14.04 WARNING: Do not change your password to blank, as other answers have suggested. This could be dangerous. 1.) Search for seahorse, keyring, or passwords. 2.) File -> New (or Ctrl+N) 3.) Name a new 'Password Keyring' as "Chromium" 4.) Enter your 'Chromium' password. End Result is different passwords for your login and your ...


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Your device is mounted. Your OS is using it, so it will not work correctly. Also, you need to dd to a "/dev/xda" device, and not a mount point. You will need to run: sudo umount /media/felixinx/0392-8145 Then, run blkid to find out the device, maybe it will be /dev/sdb, so run: sudo dd if=ChromeOS.img of=/dev/sdb bs=4M Should work, if not, post ...


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Now you cannot run google-chrome as root user on updated versions, To run Google Chrome as standard user (while Logged in as Root) open terminal and type: adduser -u chromeuser OR useradd -m chromeuser To run google chrome use command: gksu -u chromeuser google-chrome OR sux chromeuser google-chrome If you don't want to run it from Terminal then add ...


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Alternatively, if you want to continue using Chromium, you can install the Pepper Flash plugin separately (through a PPA). This PPA installs the Pepper Flash plugin that comes with Chrome. Be sure to read the description at the top of the page (in particular, making Chromium use Pepepr Flash).



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