Problem: When I reboot or shutdown ubuntu, and have chrome opened, I think chrome close normally, but not, and after start ubuntu and reopen chrome it say: chrome has closet anomaly, and you want to restore tabs?(something like that.).
Want: close chrome normally before shutdown or reboot, and start normally without error message about anomaly close.
I try to create an init script and it didn't work, I reboot or shutdown Ubuntu with chrome opened, then start chrome and test open chrome and see if it closed normally, but it din't.
Script for close Chrome
#!/bin/sh killall -1 chrome
Path of script
# path script etc/init.d/closeChrome
How I create
# how I create script for reboot and shutdown sudo ln -s /etc/init.d/closeChrome /etc/rc0.d/K00closeChrome sudo ln -s /etc/init.d/closeChrome /etc/rc6.d/K00closeChrome sudo chmod a+x /etc/init.d/closeChrome
Update 31/12/2018: The script does its function, it execute before Ubuntu shutdown, but I think chrome close before script starts, maybe Ubuntu close sessions and their programs.
Upate 05/01/2019: Try to reinstall chrome.
Upate 06/01/2019: try remove selected from "Settings -> System -> Continue running background apps when Google Chrome is closed"
Update 16/01/2019: Try to use
/etc/gdm3/PostSession/Default but gdm3 Default never executed on shutdown computer.