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Chromium v75 with pepper-flash **RUNS-AS-SPOT**
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01micko


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PostPosted: Wed 13 Apr 2016, 05:31    Post subject: Re: Chromium 49.0.2623.112 Pepperflash 21.0.0.213  

peebee wrote:
Chromium update to 49.0.2623.112
Pepperflash update to 21.0.0.213

- see above


Thanks Smile . 64 bit version working well.


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Slight OT.

I always have trouble with download breakage using sourceforge through a browser.

The link to the 64 bit version is https://sourceforge.net/projects/lxpup/files/Other/chromium/chromium64/chromium64_49.0.2623.112%2Bpepper_21.0.0.213_lx.sfs/download which works fine in a browser and I believe there is a oneliner that curl can handle too, but I do it differently.

You can use this to grab it with wget. (same applies to any sourceforge link - like many of the petbuilds.)

Code:
CHR_URL=`curl  https://sourceforge.net/projects/lxpup/files/Other/chromium64/chromium64_49.0.2623.112%2Bpepper_21.0.0.213_lx.sfs/download|grep -o 'http.*'|sed 's/\?.*//'`

wget -c $CHR_URL

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PostPosted: Mon 18 Apr 2016, 07:13    Post subject: chromium_50.0.2661.94+pepper_21.0.0.213 / 242  

UPDATED 13-may-2016

THIS VERSION WILL ONLY WORK ON "MODERN" PUPPIES - e.g. LxPup, LxPupTahr, Slacko6, TahrPup6, X-tahr, X-Slacko
and then only on versions with kernels newer than 3.14 unless you apply the patch here which does affect sandboxing


32bit sfs:
chromium_50.0.2661.94+pepper_21.0.0.213_lx.sfs
n.b. 21.0.0.213 is the last version of 32-bit Pepperflash as Google and Adobe are no long supporting 32-bit systems

64bit sfs:
chromium64_50.0.2661.94+pepper_21.0.0.242_lx.sfs

Some older .pet versions are available or use the converter.

Caveats and constraints as detailed above

If you need a .pet instead of a .sfs or you want the 64-bit .sfs to run on tahrpup64 then use this converter.

To use services, such as Netflix, with protected content, you probably need to add the widevine plugin to Chromium (see testing thread). Links to the versions compatible with the above versions of Chromium are below. Just download the .txz file and then click on the downloaded file to install it.

32-bit widevine plugin
64-bit widevine plugin

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PostPosted: Thu 21 Apr 2016, 02:20    Post subject:  

Thanks again Peter. My little curl/wget routine worked a treat. Smile

Working great.

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PostPosted: Sun 01 May 2016, 05:48    Post subject: chromium_50.0.2661.94+pepper_21.0.0.213 / 242  

13-may-2016

Update to chromium_50.0.2661.94+pepper_21.0.0.213 / 242

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PostPosted: Sun 15 May 2016, 11:00    Post subject:  

version .242 for 32 bit please? i use LxPuppy
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PostPosted: Sun 15 May 2016, 12:01    Post subject:  

Hello @Tano70. Correct me if I'm wrong: Didn't Google make an announcement about 32bit and future Chromes?

Hope that helps

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PostPosted: Sun 15 May 2016, 12:30    Post subject:  

tano70 wrote:
version .242 for 32 bit please? i use LxPuppy

Sorry - no can do - Google and Adobe have stopped updating the 32-bit Pepperflash player so 213 will be the last 32-bit version. Sad Confused

Options you have are - keep using 213, change to 64-bit, install the older Flashplayer......

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PostPosted: Sun 15 May 2016, 17:48    Post subject: 50.0.2661.94
Subject description: problem??
 

Chromium 50.0.266.94 (64 bit) giving problems in LxPup64-15.05.01

I use this pup on a regular basis and have it finely tuned for my particular needs. I have always took the new Chromium browsers as you made them available (thanks for that!) however, after installing the 50.0.366.94 the first thing later that evening was to watch the primaries on CNN live-stream.

Upon connecting to CNN site, I was greeted with a white-screen and a 'voice' telling me not to shut down the computer the normal way or my HDD would be destroyed and to immediately get my computer to a service center because it was now infected with the 'zesus virus'. Of course I immediately hit the off-switch and did a dead shutdown. I watched the primary with a different puppy and browser (on CNN with no problem.) If I were using Windows it might have been serious?

I used Chromium 50.0.266.94 (64 bit) on LxPup64 since then and everything seemed to be OK except it was a little slow responding to certain sites. Today it refused to load the main search-engine (Google) screen.

I switched back to Chromium 50.0.266.75 (64 bit) and all appears to be OK and working well now.

Just thought I'd pass this on to you in case problems develop for others somewhere!

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PostPosted: Mon 16 May 2016, 10:07    Post subject: chromium_50.0.2661.102+pepper_21.0.0.213 / 242  

THIS VERSION WILL ONLY WORK ON "MODERN" PUPPIES - e.g. LxPup, LxPupTahr, Slacko6, TahrPup6, X-tahr, X-Slacko
and then only on versions with kernels newer than 3.14 unless you apply the patch here which does affect sandboxing


32bit sfs:
chromium_50.0.2661.102+pepper_21.0.0.213_lx.sfs
n.b. 21.0.0.213 is the last version of 32-bit Pepperflash as Google and Adobe are no long supporting 32-bit systems

64bit sfs:
chromium64_50.0.2661.102+pepper_21.0.0.242_lx.sfs

Some older .pet versions are available or use the converter.

Caveats and constraints as detailed above

If you need a .pet instead of a .sfs or you want the 64-bit .sfs to run on tahrpup64 then use this converter.

To use services, such as Netflix, with protected content, you probably need to add the widevine plugin to Chromium (see testing thread). Links to the versions compatible with the above versions of Chromium are below. Just download the .txz file and then click on the downloaded file to install it.

32-bit widevine plugin
64-bit widevine plugin

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PostPosted: Sat 28 May 2016, 04:48    Post subject: chromium_51.0.2704.103+pepper_21.0.0.213/22.0.0.192(64bit)  

Updated 18-jun-2016

THIS VERSION WILL ONLY WORK ON "MODERN" PUPPIES - e.g. LxPup, LxPupTahr, Slacko6, TahrPup6, X-tahr, X-Slacko
and then only on versions with kernels newer than 3.14 unless you apply the patch here which does affect sandboxing


Courtesy of AlienBob

32bit sfs:
chromium_51.0.2704.103+pepper_21.0.0.213_lx.sfs
n.b. 21.0.0.213 is the last version of 32-bit Pepperflash as Google and Adobe are no long supporting 32-bit systems

64bit sfs:
chromium64_51.0.2704.103+pepper_22.0.0.192_lx.sfs

older .pet versions are available or use the converter.

Caveats and constraints as detailed above

If you need a .pet instead of a .sfs or you want the 64-bit .sfs to run on tahrpup64 then use this converter.

To use services, such as Netflix, with protected content, you probably need to add the widevine plugin to Chromium (see testing thread). Links to the versions compatible with the above versions of Chromium are below. Just download the .txz file and then click on the downloaded file to install it.

32-bit widevine plugin
64-bit widevine plugin
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PostPosted: Mon 06 Jun 2016, 23:30    Post subject:  

Is there any version of Chromium or Google Chrome with pepper-flash installed that is compatible with lupu-5.2.8.7?
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PostPosted: Tue 07 Jun 2016, 02:06    Post subject:  

TwoPuppies wrote:
Is there any version of Chromium or Google Chrome with pepper-flash installed that is compatible with lupu-5.2.8.7?

An old version may work - no guarantees....

Oldest with pepperflash is chromium-34
https://sourceforge.net/projects/lxpup/files/Other/chromium-34.0.1847.137%2Bpepper_13.0.0.214_lx.sfs/download

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PostPosted: Tue 07 Jun 2016, 10:13    Post subject:  

Hallo, TwoPuppies.

I've been having a play around with this, trying to get something to work for you. I d/l'd Lupu-5.2.8.7 to my 'test' USB, and had a go at installing Chromium 36.0.1985.143; it's one I use quite a bit in Precise 5.7.1, despite being horrendously out of date, simply because it doesn't have all the heavy-duty 'sandboxing' that's now become the norm for Chromium-based browsers.....and it's still quite snappy.

For some reason, it won't load as an SFS, so I converted it to a .pet.....which installed without issue.

Starting from the terminal brings up a list of dependencies, most of which will transfer over from Precise. Unfortunately, one of the requirements is a newer version of the 'glibc'; when you try to install this in Lupu, it seems to overwrite the existing, older glibc, and the system completely grinds to a halt.

However, there are alternatives, if you don't mind a Chromium-based browser, rather than Chromium itself. I'm going to investigate SlimJet for you; I'd recommend this to anybody, as I use it myself in all my Pups.

Give me a while, and I'll see what I can come up with.


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PostPosted: Tue 07 Jun 2016, 11:42    Post subject:  

Mike Walsh wrote:
For some reason, it won't load as an SFS, so I converted it to a .pet.....which installed without issue.

Hi Mike

That will probably be because the sfs will be xz compressed and lupu is too old to understand xz compression.....

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PostPosted: Tue 07 Jun 2016, 12:39    Post subject:  

peebee wrote:
Mike Walsh wrote:
For some reason, it won't load as an SFS, so I converted it to a .pet.....which installed without issue.

Hi Mike

That will probably be because the sfs will be xz compressed and lupu is too old to understand xz compression.....


Ah! That would explain it. Thanks for clearing that up...


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