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Firefox has a "File > Work Offline" mode that will fetch everything from cache rather than fetching. Anything in cache will be displayed. (ie. No need to turn on "Work Offline" to get the pages to store.) I haven't tried it between system sessions, but presumably it works. :)


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Find the link here & download chromium(34 version) .deb package for i386 Visit http://packages.ubuntu.com/trusty/i386/chromium-browser/download For amd64 Visit http://packages.ubuntu.com/trusty/amd64/chromium-browser/download


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Try this: https://apps.ubuntu.com/cat/applications/chromium-browser/ That should be fairly easy to install.


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Chromium has been using Aura since version 35 and has removed most of the GTK code in the M36 (or was it M37?) branch. Ubuntu enabled Aura early in version 34. The last non-Aura version of Chromium in Ubuntu was version 33, which leaves Chromium 18 in Precise and Chromium 25 in Lucid as the only non-Aura versions.


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Go to the software center and click on edit from the menu. From the dropdown menu click "software sources". From here you will be able to select Universe. You will need to submit a password to make changes and may even have to select Universe if the box does not remain checked. It should update automatically, if not use the command sudo apt-get update ...


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Run: gksudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list In the resulting Gedit file, find the line with http:// dl stable InRelease Replace the line with: deb http://dl.google.com stable InRelease deb-src http://dl.google.com stable InRelease then save and close the file. Then run an Update: sudo apt-get update


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Problem The real problem was apparently same with my new posted problem, Unity 3D Suddenly Disabled Ubuntu 12.04. The driver in my Ubuntu has switched to wrong driver. I don't have idea why and how. Solution Just revert the correct driver back. Walkthrough http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2234888 Conclusion This problem was solved.


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Looks like the font you were using was deleted during update. Could you try setting deja vu sans as the font in chrome settings and see the result.


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The problem comes from AMD Video Drivers. I reported the bug here.


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I re-installed Ubuntu 14.04 and setup the Chromium on this fresh system before installing anything (e.g. updates, drivers etc.). Now, it is working.


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I had the exact same problem, and still do. I just installed chrome beta and it fixed it, that's what I'm using right now. There really isn't much difference, and the current version seems perfectly stable


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It has to do with blocked cookies In Chromium, click on the weird C with an X on it. then click on the show cookies and other site data, it will bring up this window. click on the blocked tab and then click on each item and allow it(mine had about 5) They will still be there, but when you hit close, it will ask you to reload to apply new cookie ...


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If you have google chrome installed, do export CHROME_DEVEL_SANDBOX=/opt/google/chrome/chrome-sandbox just before you run breach with ./breach Essentially, this is a shortcut to running build/update-linux-sandbox.sh mentioned there.


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Since you need a setuid sandbox to run breach you basically have two options: Use the one provided by chromium-brower (recommended method): sudo apt-get install chromium-browser Go to the breach folder (e.g breach-v0.3.20-alpha.5-linux-x64) and type the following command: CHROME_DEVEL_SANDBOX=/usr/lib/chromium-browser/chrome-sandbox ./breach Follow ...


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You should report this bug at chromium issue, let know the developer (even Google developer) about this problem, and they will fix it. Open Issue


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YouTube has recently attempted to force users into using Google+ accounts for everything on YouTube. At first they just didn't let you comment on post made by other Google+ users but now you cannot post new comments unless you use Google+. I'd guess that you've logged into a Google+ account in Firefox but not in your other browsers. I've been trying to get ...


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For some reason, the problem was fixed by resetting Firefox to it's default state. Go to Help ->Troubleshooting Information Select Reset Firefox as shown in Image. Now set the following options(or relative similar options) to desired value. printer_Print_to_File.print_margin_bottom printer_Print_to_File.print_margin_left ...


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The data for chromium will be in one of the hidden directories in hour /home/username folder, either ~/.chromium or somewhere in ~/.config As I don't have chromium installed, I don't have the exact location. According to chromium.org (which you could have checked yourself) the data is stored at ~/.config/chromium


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You may have some trouble with Flash Player in Ubuntu - Adobe stopped support for Linux about a year ago. There are several solutions for Chromium, such as using Popper Flash Player, or using Pipelight in wine. I resorted to using Chrome from Google, as it has a built-in flash player. http://www.webupd8.org/2013/04/install-pepper-flash-player-for.html ...



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