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You may try this and comment the result: open up chromium and type this in address bar: chrome://flags enable "override software rendering list" (the first item) then restart the browser. load the youtube or whichever website you were having problem on, and check whether you are having same problem. If yes then comment source


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There is an offline Chrome Web Store* app you can use to investigate wireless issues called Chrome Connectivity Diagnostics. I would recommend installing that and running it when you encounter issues to see what suggestions it can offer. * Yes, you can install Chrome Web Store apps in Chromium, too.


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I also get that on Google Chrome but it goes away very quickly and I think it indicates 'Loading'. P.S.: for http://www.spacecraftforall.com it's supposed to be black.


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Please have a look at this picture it says that: canonical does not provide updates for chromium if you want to get updates for chromium take this PPA ( on ubuntu 12.04 for other version go to this page ): sudo add-apt-repository ppa:chromium-daily/stable sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade now you should get a prompt to update chromium, if ...


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Despite the names, Adobe Shockwave and Adobe Flash are two different programs/plugins. Adobe Shockwave isn't available for Linux, whereas Adobe Flash is available for Linux. You have both the NPAPI version of Flash (which all browsers except Chrome(ium) use) and the PPAPI version of Flash (which Chrome(ium) uses) installed.


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No, it is not. Only security patches for major security holes and apocalyptic-level bugs are issued in "maintenance support" period. If you don't want to upgrade release, you can either use backports or add chromium PPA or switch to Google Chrom.


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The issue may be you don't have a valid bootable usb stick . . have you tried http://www.pendrivelinux.com/


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turn off the computer, then turn it back on and press F12 to bring up the boot menu. That should permit your computer to boot to alternate media such as an ubuntu live CD or USB. If it does not boot to that media, you should consider the possibility the media itself is bad or that the ubuntu boot image on that media is corrupt. To be clear, CHROME has ...


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you need to install pepperflash for chromium now because it no longer accepts Netscape like plug-ins (the Firefox flash plug-in) sudo apt-get install pepperflashplugin-nonfree Restart chromium after installation for the changes to take effect.


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This solved it: I launch google-chrome by "LIBGL_DRI3_DISABLE=1 google-chrome" https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=418858


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try .btn-lg { opacity: 1 !important; }


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In Chrome, we should enable asynchronous DNS. One should go to Chrome flags, by typing chrome://flags in the address bar and then #enable-async-dns. On my machine this shows: Client DNS asynchrone intégré Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS Cette fonctionnalité active le client DNS asynchrone intégré et expérimental. #enable-async-dns


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Currently only Chrome indeed, that is because Google's Chrome is the only browser that uses Encrypted Media Extension on Linux. Chromium and Opera even though based on the same engine do not bundle the DRM tools needed by Netflix. Is unsure when/if Opera or Chromium will open the doors to DRM. Mozilla said that they will not implement EME directly, instead ...


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Do you have any other OS running on your system? Did you try opening the website on that? Moreover, I don't have DNS set up as 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 and have accessed all the blogspot websites that have come in my way. So, I think you'd be good without that too. Anyway, what DNS error are you getting exactly? It could be because you're blocked to access such ...


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Chromium uses a google flash plugin called "Pepper". The package you need to install is called pepperflashplugin-nonfree -- frustrated the pajeebus outta me.


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It will work if you do use Cheese webcam application. sometimes the default webcam app doesn't works ! Otherwise your webcam might have any problems for sure ! Ubuntu never had such a trouble with handycam for me ! try using lot of other webcam applications from ubuntu software center !


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There are 2 ports: a source port (browser) and a destination port (server). The browser asks the OS for an available source port (let's say it receives 33123) then makes a socket connection to the destination port (usually 80/HTTP, 443/HTTPS). When the the web server receives the answer, it sends a response that has 80 as source port and 33123 as ...


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Assuming your kiosk browser is showing a page under your control, add some JS to that page to bind to the keydown event. In your event handler, check if the key(s) pressed match those you want to "block" - and if so call event.preventDefault(). This should stop the browser's default behaviour of closing/exiting. e.g. (using jQuery): ...



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