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Easy: run the spotify/youtube in one session of chrome and all your other stuff in another chrome session. Then just kill -SIGSTOP [pid] to pause, and: kill -SIGCONT [pid] to resume. If you make a little script to open two sessions of chrome, by: google-chrome http://spotify.com/myplaylist http://youtube.com/myplaylist & pgrep google-chrome ...


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Chrome 40.0.2214.93-1 was released and the problem seems to be gone much better now. Similar symptoms still occur some times but much less frequently. It seems that this problem only affected started with the 40.0.2214.91-1 release. So if you're running that version do sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade to update to a more current version.


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Got the same issue ever after the Chrome 40.0.2214.91 release, and though I haven't tried the .93, I can at least confirm the issue is 100% gone in Chrome 41 Beta. Strongly considering sticking to the beta until 41 becomes stable, or at least until it's 100% confirmed a point release fixed the issue.


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Open a terminal and edit the following files: gedit $HOME/.local/share/applications/chrome-*& Find the file corresponding to Hangouts and inside the file remove the following entry: NoDisplay=true Typically, the Hangouts file will have the following entry that you can use to identify it. Name=Hangouts You can also enable the rest of google ...


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Use google-chrome-stable. Alternatively, the .desktop file in /usr/share/applications can be used as well if you want fancy options to be given to your browser. Just less the smallest .desktop file you can find in that directory to get a look and feel for the contents before you tackle something like google-chrome-stable.desktop


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I have the exact same issue. Personally, I sent a bug report and decided to downgrade chrome to its previous version. I did this by first downloading the 39.0.2171.99 version on http://mirror.pcbeta.com/google/chrome/deb/pool/main/g/google-chrome-stable/ Then I made sure to fully exit chrome, and run sudo dpkg -i google-chrome-stable<version>.deb ...


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This is a duplicate question; the best answers are here: Making youtube fullscreen will freeze Unity (the whole desktop) Short answer: Upgrade to 40.0.2214.93-1, the problem isn't completely gone but it's somewhat better. Upgrade to 41 beta. Problem seems to be completely gone.


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In my case, the problem was that the local launcher definition (~/.local/share/applications/google-chrome-stable.desktop) was pointing to the wrong path for the chrome executable. Using whereis google-chrome-stable I replaced to the right path, then started google-chrome-stable & from terminal, locked to the launcher, voila.


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Two solutions to Google Chrome problem: Use Ubuntu 14.10. I just upgraded from 14.04 to 14.10 and Chrome now works in Guest Session. Run Chrome from a terminal: Ctrl-shift-t to invoke terminal and then "google-chrome --no-sandbox" (without the quotation marks) to launch Chrome. P.s. You can use the account 'guest prefs' to create a shortcut that ...


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You could start the Chrome session (with your Youtube playlist) using a Chrome WebDriver. Install the following dependency: sudo apt-get install python-selenium And download the Chromedriver from here, select the one corresponding to your architecture e.g: http://chromedriver.storage.googleapis.com/2.14/chromedriver_linux64.zip or ...


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I've seen this when the browser is trying to auto detect proxy server settings, try disabling this if it's enabled. Tom


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Install the card reader drivers For card readers of type ACR38U (the ones you get from the government) install the following components sudo apt-get install libacr38u libacr38ucontrol0 libacr38ucontrol-dev After installation, it might be necessary to restart your computer. These drivers also work for some Dell keyboards with built-in card readers ...


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Fixed it! Here is what I did: Check this folder using this command: ls ~/.local/share/applications If there are some google stuff in it remove it. If you want to remove it alltogether use: rm -rf ~/.local/share/applications HOWEVER this removes the directory along with its files so I just created the directory again just to be sure I won't make a ...


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First you have to remove chrome 32-bit already installed, for that go to Ubuntu Software Center and search for chrome. When you find it select it, and you can see Remove option. By clicking remove you can remove the unwanted version, now you can install needed 64-bit version. Easy way to install Chrome 64-bit version .deb, open with Ubuntu Software Center ...


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Try sudo chmod 1777 /dev/shm to fix. btw, it's the last thing that is said in the error output.


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As an info, there is no virus under Linux, you can search long and won't find them, however as stated by Novice it was something more likely to mess up with your cookies. As regard's to viruses, even though there is no virus on Linux, there is one or two Antivirus available which is usefull if you share documents between Linux and Windows systems and/or if ...


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You have older version on this site


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Redirecting the command to run an application Most applications open their window on the screen they were initiated from (either from Dash or the launcher). Some applications however do not, but they can be forced to, by redirecting the command to run the application through the script below. To do that, you will need to edit the corresponding .desktop file ...



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