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Chromium v83 with pepper-flash **RUNS-AS-SPOT**
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PostPosted: Mon 20 Oct 2014, 02:00    Post subject: chromium_38.0.2125.104 + pepperflash_15.0.0.189  

chromium_38.0.2125.104 + pepperflash_15.0.0.189

md5 from sf.net - click on the "i"

Repackaged from: http://slackware.org.uk/people/alien/sbrepos/14.1/x86/chromium/

Some things to note:

THIS VERSION WILL ONLY WORK ON "MODERN" PUPPIES - LxPup15+, LxTahrPup, Slacko6Beta2, TahrPup6.0

- may not work on older cpu's without SSE2

- may get "can't find libnss3.so" errors when run in terminal on systems with Firefox included when installed on ntfs partitions - try the fix pet above if this occurs but only if it seems to cause additional problems

- works on Slacko6/LxPup14.10 and on LxTahrPup but with differences in sandboxing - if you need fullest sandboxing you need to be running LxTahrPup with kernel 3.14.20 or LxPup14.10 pae version with same kernel 3.14.20. On k3.4.xx pups sandboxing will not be activated apart from SUID sandbox.

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PostPosted: Sat 25 Oct 2014, 13:41    Post subject:  

Is it working with Slacko 5.7 nonPAE? I have tried to start it from the terminal and I got this....

# chromium
/usr/lib/chromium/chromium: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6: version `GLIBCXX_3.4.18' not found (required by /usr/lib/chromium/chromium)
#
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PostPosted: Sat 25 Oct 2014, 14:33    Post subject:  

giannis4 wrote:
Is it working with Slacko 5.7 nonPAE? I have tried to start it from the terminal and I got this....

# chromium
/usr/lib/chromium/chromium: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6: version `GLIBCXX_3.4.18' not found (required by /usr/lib/chromium/chromium)
#


'Fraid not - Slacko 5.7 is now too old for this version.....

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PostPosted: Sat 25 Oct 2014, 14:37    Post subject:  

Ok, no problem. Thanks for the reply peebee.
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PostPosted: Thu 30 Oct 2014, 05:00    Post subject: chromium_38.0.2125.111+pepper_15.0.0.189  

32bit:
chromium_38.0.2125.111+pepper_15.0.0.189_lx.sfs

Caveats and constraints as detailed above

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PostPosted: Tue 11 Nov 2014, 08:14    Post subject:  

There are reported serious problems with Chromium 38 when viewing YouTube videos - suggest roll-back to Chromium 37 if this is something you want to do.
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PostPosted: Tue 18 Nov 2014, 06:22    Post subject: chromium_38.0.2125.122+pepper_15.0.0.223  

32bit:
chromium_38.0.2125.122+pepper_15.0.0.223_lx.sfs

Caveats and constraints as detailed above

This version seems to have fixed the YouTube problems (tested on LxPup14.10 with both BBC iPlayer and YouTube).

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PostPosted: Fri 21 Nov 2014, 01:55    Post subject:  

Using Chromium 37.xx from a post earlier in this thread. SFS version.

I'm on X-Slacko 2.2, frugal install to ext4. The command string (in both XFCE's panel/icon config and in the *.desktop file) is chromium --disk-cache-size=1 --media-cache-size=1, which (theoretically) keeps those caches to an absolute minimum.

Computer in question is a Dell Latitude E4310. i5-540M CPU, 4gb RAM (4009mb usable), 256gb ADATA SSD.

I've used this configuration on previous hardware (a Core2Duo desktop and an ASUS netbook) for some time and it was stable, but all of a sudden I keep getting either "Aw, Snap!" pages or the browser out-and-out crashes back to the desktop. Restore session or new session doesn't matter, it's not stable for long. Running in Terminal, it crashes with the extremely illuminating (NOT!) message of "bus error".

In the interests of giving as much info as possible, this started after a hard shutdown. I had copied some fonts into /usr/share/fonts and the system froze up for no reason -- even CTRL+ALT+BKSP wouldn't break it out, had to reboot with the manual override button (aka power switch).

For the record, the SFS is the same one as used on the desktop and netbook -- I archive my downloaded dotPETs and SFSes so that if I have to redo my savefile I don't have to waste minutes and megabytes tracking down what I stuck in there six months ago (half the time I can't even remember, so it's a good idea for that reason as well).

Any real graphic-heavy and/or flashy page will trigger the problem. eBay, other shopping sites, heck -- even a blog I like to visit reliably does it Sad

I've unloaded/reloaded the SFS (on the same boot session tho) and that didn't fix it.

This is literally the first trouble I've had with it ever. Before this I was using your Chromium 31 dotPET (er, I think it was yours!) and it was similarly problem-free...

Suggestions?

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PostPosted: Fri 21 Nov 2014, 03:12    Post subject:  

starhawk wrote:
Using Chromium 37.xx from a post earlier in this thread. SFS version.....
This is literally the first trouble I've had with it ever....Suggestions?

My first move would be to delete /root/.config/chromium completely and restart chromium from scratch.

Who and why has changed the command to chromium --disk-cache-size=1 --media-cache-size=1? The desktop file in the sfs does not have those values. I would suggest uninstall the sfs, reboot, delete any .desktop files remaining, then re-install the sfs.

If you want the chromium cache to not use savefile then it is better to link /root/.config/chromium to another location.

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PostPosted: Fri 21 Nov 2014, 13:59    Post subject:  

*I* changed that command. Chromium works fine with it (or, rather, had until yesterday) and it keeps my savefile from filling up whenever I go on the 'Net. I'd really rather not muck with moving it -- while I have a 256gb SSD, only about 16gb of that is Puppy. (The rest is user-data storage so I don't lose everything to a corrupt savefile.)
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PostPosted: Fri 21 Nov 2014, 20:32    Post subject:  

Rebuilt my savefile on that system. Just finished.

I suspect that my problems were caused by a combination of two things --

(1) the previously mentioned hard-reboot possibly corrupting my savefile.

(2) the fact that I had run Chromium /without/ the extra command switches for a while.

I have a hunch it was trying to dip into cache that it no longer had (from before I put in the switches) and was crashing as a result. Can't prove it, but that's my theory, anyhow...

I'll use it for a while tonight. If I don't post about it after this, it's fixed and I forgot to report it as such Wink Razz

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PostPosted: Fri 21 Nov 2014, 21:11    Post subject:  

I'm hesitantly saying this is solved. Time will tell for sure, but it ain't screwed up yet and that's an improvement.

Removed and reinstalled the SFS from backups, then booted from RAM and fsck'd all partitions on the drive. fsck swears they were clean but I have my doubts because it seems to be working now...

EDIT: yeah, definitely solved. No problems yet.

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PostPosted: Sat 22 Nov 2014, 06:19    Post subject: chromium_39.0.2171.65+pepperflash_15.0.0.223  

THIS VERSION WILL ONLY WORK ON "MODERN" PUPPIES - LxPup14.10, LxTahrPup, Slacko6Beta2, TahrPup6.0

32bit:
chromium_39.0.2171.65+pepper_15.0.0.223_lx.sfs

Caveats and constraints as detailed above

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PostPosted: Thu 27 Nov 2014, 19:13    Post subject: chromium_39.0.2171.71+pepperflash_15.0.0.239  

THIS VERSION WILL ONLY WORK ON "MODERN" PUPPIES - LxPup14.10, LxTahrPup, Slacko6Beta2, TahrPup6.0

32bit:
chromium_39.0.2171.71+pepper_15.0.0.239_lx.sfs

Caveats and constraints as detailed above

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PostPosted: Fri 12 Dec 2014, 05:22    Post subject: chromium_39.0.2171.95+pepper_16.0.0.235  

THIS VERSION WILL ONLY WORK ON "MODERN" PUPPIES - LxPup14.10, LxTahrPup, Slacko6Beta2, TahrPup6.0

32bit:
chromium_39.0.2171.95+pepper_16.0.0.235_lx.sfs

Caveats and constraints as detailed above

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