Impressive work and persistence.
I just reinstalled LMDE Xfce as a base for a Gnome3 setup and the problem was worse than ever. Chrome would not load anything.
It is working fine under Gnome-Shell
LifeInTheGrey wrote:Okay ... before anyone asks, I'm not normally this obsessed with solving a problem ... but I can't stand Firefox. Or Midori. Or pretty much anything other than Chromium. So I MUST solve this problem ... and I finally did.
No scripts, no modification of bash files ... a simple. clean elegant solution. In terminal, type this:
echo “GNOME_DESKTOP_SESSION_ID=default” >> /etc/environment
This sets the environment when a new task is executed (like, say, when you open Chromium). It works.
rakemup wrote:I've tried the entry above (without the quotation marks) -- and when that didn't work I deleted the /etc/environment file completely. That did not work either. I'm running Xfce MintDebian and I've tried to install Chrome (stable) and I've tried Chromium. I get no errors when installing - but the program just will not launch. No issues with FF. Any other ideas?
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