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Jul
24
revised Chrome is freezing Ubuntu when opening a tab or restarting
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Jul
24
comment Chrome is freezing Ubuntu when opening a tab or restarting
@ThomasSmart follow instructions on my answer. --- after, Enable flag Override software rendering list restart browser and check again.
Jul
23
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Jul
23
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jul
23
answered Chrome is freezing Ubuntu when opening a tab or restarting
Jul
23
answered How to install LEO-NANO150N Leoxys mini USB Wifi adapter on ubuntu?
Jul
23
answered Strange screen flickering
Jul
23
answered Adding bridge for LXC breaks NAT/DNS
Jul
22
answered Unable to start avd in Ubuntu 12.10 - permission denied
Jul
22
answered Any nice, animated mouse cursor themes?
Jul
22
awarded  Editor
Jul
22
revised Vertical lines appear in my screen on 12.04
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Jul
22
answered Vertical lines appear in my screen on 12.04
Jul
22
awarded  Supporter
Jul
15
comment How do I install Steam after this error? Ubuntu 14.04
@YamaSultani UPDATE. now i see. i have look on your prime post )) so, you have Chrome OS (btw: try CHROMIXIUM). you should dowanload steam from valve site OR steam wiki
Jul
15
comment How do I install Steam after this error? Ubuntu 14.04
@YamaSultani sorry for late response. but, as for me - You are not using ubuntu (maybe debian) and you have processor armv7 !? what pc do you have or its android (chrome os). also, in your packages steam is not present. one more output then, plz: $ lsb_release -a
Jul
3
comment How do I install Steam after this error? Ubuntu 14.04
@YamaSultani can you provide full output for following commands: 1) $ uname -a 2) $ sudo apt-get install steam -f
Jul
3
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Jul
3
answered How do I install Steam after this error? Ubuntu 14.04
Jan
24
comment How to remove all i386 packages from Ubuntu 64bit?
askubuntu.com/questions/66875/how-to-disable-multiarch-support