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Official Way Export bookmarks from Chrome In the top-right corner of the browser window, click the Chrome menu Chrome menu. Select Bookmarks > Bookmark Manager. Click the "Organize" menu in the manager. Don't see the "Organize" menu? Try using the alternate directions below. Select Export bookmarks. Chrome will export your bookmarks as an HTML file, ...


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You can use this command: <your_app> & disown In this case: google-chrome & disown Source In the bash shell, the disown builtin command is used to remove jobs from the job table, or to mark jobs so that a SIGHUP signal is not sent to them if the parent shell receives it (e.g. if the user logs out).


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In Google Chrome type chrome://bookmarks/ into the address bar to open the Bookmark Manager. From here the process is different dependant on what version of the Bookmark Manager you are using. If you are using the new interface click on the cog icon in the left corner of the page and select "Export bookmarks...": If you are using the older version of the ...


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I use Adblock Plus free extension on my desktop and I never see annoying ads! Via the Acceptable Ads initiative, Adblock Plus allows some small and static ads, and users support websites that rely on advertising but choose to do it in a non-intrusive way. I know this reply probably seems like an ad but honestly, it works. It does exactly what it says it does ...


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When the problem persists, even after completely un-installing / re-installing, I am pretty sure you'll have one or more left-over local .desktop file(s) in ~/.local/share/applications, referring to Chrome. Local .desktop files are not removed when you re-install an application. Chrome is "famous" for creating user-specific .desktop files in ...


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Well, the easiest method of verifying a deb is via apt See How secure is the apt-get install command against man in the middle attacks and the Securing Debian Manual for details. This does not help you, however, if you did not install the package via apt. It then depends on how the .deb was packaged. If it was "properly" packaged it should include md5sums ...


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IBus is used for typing non-Latin characters for languages like Chinese, Japanese, or Korean. If you don't need to type characters in these languages, you should be ok without running IBus.


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It's impossible, there aren't any animations either. As stated by the Hangouts PM.


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You can try to re-install chrome like this for 64bit sudo apt-get purge google-chrome sudo apt-get install libxss1 libappindicator1 libindicator7 wget https://dl.google.com/linux/direct/google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb sudo dpkg -i google-chrome*.deb OR 32bit sudo apt-get install libxss1 libappindicator1 libindicator7 wget ...


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I would try to confirm that it is indeed Google Chrome itself causing the problem. When you see the popup, try running sudo netstat -taup | grep rdsrv.com If the request is indeed coming from chrome, than try another reinstall, but use purge if you have not already. Also, make sure you are installing it from the offical repository. sudo apt-get purge ...


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No, Google Chrome (nor Chromium or Firefox) is not supported on the phone image. Use of apt-get to install applications is also not supported on the phone image. However, the standard web browser on the phone image (webbrowser-app) is based on the Blink engine which is used in Chrome/Chromium.


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User68186 is right, the HDMI hogs the sound, this happens after upgrades too! Leftclick the small speaker in the upper right corner and chose "Sound Settings" Go to Output devises and check, The sound is vissible as a voobling blue line, and its still attached to hdmi, click on internal speakers, it vill start playing from the speakers, eaven if you have to ...


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try clicking the speeker icon (kmix) in the system tray ,,,,,,,you will see the firefox,chrome, audio streem volume slider ,,,,,,,,right click the icon at the top of the slider ,,,,,you will see a move to option ,,,,point at it and select the "analogue stereo" VINNY


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You can try to copy full directory to your new PC: /home/ipeacocks/.config/google-chrome/ Should work.


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If you are running Windows OS, then this post will definitely help, as it did to me. Try some similar action to remove the malware from Ubuntu: Check add-ons (/usr/lib/chromium-browser) and remove any suspicious (YourAdExchange should be there). Delete Chrome caches (~/.cache/google-chrome) and personal files (~/.config/google-chrome). Reset homepage to ...


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Netflix does currently not support a higher resolution than 720p with Chrome and HTML5: https://help.netflix.com/en/node/23742


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First, CLOSE FIREFOX before running these commands !!! open a terminal and type the following commands one by one. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:pipelight/stable sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install --install-recommends pipelight-multi sudo pipelight-plugin --update pipelight-plugin --enable silverlight This will install silverlight in firefox and not ...


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Export bookmarks from Chrome In the top-right corner of the browser window, click the Chrome menu . Select Bookmarks -> Bookmark Manager. In the Bookmark Manager menu bar click Organize. From the dropdown menu select Export bookmarks to HTML file... Import bookmarks to Firefox from HTML file Open Firefox. From the Firefox menu select Bookmarks ...


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The .save file was created by APT from the original .list file that Chrome added. It's intended as a backup and doesn't actually affect anything. The .distUpgrade file was probably created by APT when you when you did a release upgrade (I'm assuming you did). The Chrome package is unaware of them (Chrome didn't have anything to do with their creation), so ...


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Disclaimer: This solution works now, but not guaranteed to be future-proof. After installing stable (and its dependencies) the convenient way... Download a .deb file from here (I'm using unstable in the example): https://www.chromium.org/getting-involved/dev-channel mkdir tmp dpkg-deb -R google-chrome-unstable_current_amd64.deb tmp sudo cp -r ...


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I have Chromium (not Chrome) on Ubuntu 14.04 and adding /usr/lib/chromium-browser/chrome-sandbox PUxr after the string /usr/lib/chromium-browser/chromium-browser-sandbox PUxr in file /etc/apparmor.d/abstractions/ubuntu-helpers, then sudo service apparmor reload solved problem for me. Found here.


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There is no difference between alt-tab and alt-d behaviour. I tested this numerous times on 14.04. The only tricky part is that you have to make sure to press and hold the alt first. So don't press d first. You can see that every time you open the HUD, you have typed a d somewhere. alt - tab works in the exact same way...


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Install Oracle JDK 8 using this set of commands: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/java sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install oracle-java8-installer Then restart firefox/chrome



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