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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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Address bar at Chrome depends on system color theme. For switch to nice dark - Install Dorian theme.


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Chromium Project is open source. Anybody can take the source code and make their own softwares. Google takes the code from chromium project and makes closed source Chrome OS and Chrome browser. It's a one way route. You can take an open source project and add your proprietary things and give it away as closed source. It doesn't work the other way round. ...


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I too am experiencing this, but on 14.04 LTS. I've raised this with Chromium as a bug, as appears connected to the v38 upgrade of Chromium that appeared in the Ubuntu repos on 10th/11th November. See https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=432488 Maybe add your details to that bug report, to see where our configurations match. (To comply with ...


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I've been getting it on only certain pages - e.g. Chrome webstore. I've raised a bug report for Chromium as it only started happening on the v38 upgrade of yesterday. See https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=432488


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I found something that says Google's Chrome Browser should do the job (using a "pepper-based version"), and for Chromium there is an ppa. There is no need to add a PPA to your software sources to install Pepper Flash Player 15 in the latest version of Chromium web browser from the Ubuntu Software Center, which is Chromium 38. The latest version of ...


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I had the same issue. I installed Google Chrome and it worked on sites where flash player wasn't working before.


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You can install Chromium web browser together with the Pepper Flash Player (that also comes with Google Chrome) in Ubuntu 14.04 and onward (but not in Ubuntu 12.04) from the Ubuntu Software Center. Open the Ubuntu Software Center and search for Pepper Flash Player. If a more recent version of Pepper Flash Player has been released and you want to update ...


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You can install Chromium web browser together with the Pepper Flash Player in Ubuntu 14.04 and onward (but not in Ubuntu 12.04) from the Ubuntu Software Center. Open the Ubuntu Software Center and search for Pepper Flash Player. If a more recent version of Pepper Flash Player has been released and you want to update Pepper Flash Player to the latest ...


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You can install flash player for Chromium by following the instructions over here: First make sure you have enabled Multiverse software repository. For that, Open "Software & Updates" and then check the multiverse software repository. Then install flash player either from terminal using the commmand **sudo update-pepperflashplugin-nonfree --install ** ...


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The only way to add toolbar into Chromium under linux is for malicious extension to install a hook into user settings. Disable all extensions, then see if toolbar is gone. If not, then create new user profile per these instructions. Be very careful when installing extensions back, since one of them is likely malicious. If this somehow does not help, ...


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This is a known bug in Ubuntu 14.10. The recommended workaround is to launch Chrome from the command line with: LIBGL_DRI3_DISABLE=1 google-chrome


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Do this on another computer with Internet connection: How do I make Chromium use Flash from Google Chrome? Summary: PC Internet: install Google Chrome PC Internet: Copy the file to an USB stick PC NoInternet: Copy the file from the USB stick to: /usr/lib/chromium-browser/plugins/ You need root rights for this (you could use sudo nautilus to open a root ...


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If nothing works ... Download Google chrome .deb file from google ,it includes adobe flash player in it . http://www.google.com/chrome/


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Adobe has a tiny remark on their site: Note: Ubuntu Linux requires libhal (Hardware Abstraction Layer). Install hal to play the protected content. This brought me to http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2013/10/fixing-amazon-prime-streaming-drm-protected-flash-13-10. By following the instructions at the bottom of the page I installed libhal and my Flash problems ...


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Chrome is crashing because it cannot open additional files. You can fix this by increasing the number of possible open files. Update /etc/security/limits.conf * hard nofile 65535 * soft nofile 65535 And rebooting.



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