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Thread: 12.1 Beta Chrome and Chromium Crash KDE

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    Default 12.1 Beta Chrome and Chromium Crash KDE

    Hi

    Trying to navigate the Chrom* bookmarks, kick me form KDE leaving me on the login screen.
    i'm turn off nepomuk and kwallet but is still the same
    otherwise starting whit iceWM there is no problem.

    Witch log file should I check for this??

    Thanx

    (i'm new in this forum, any suggestions on posting style will be appreciated)

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    Default Re: 12.1 Beta Chrome and Chromium Crash KDE

    Any menu cause a kick off, this is the output

    [11026:11026:4126173626:ERROR:chrome_browser_main_gtk.cc(68)] X IO Error detected
    [11026:11026:4126493217:FATALrofile_impl.cc(768)] Check failed: !BrowserList::FindAnyBrowser(this, false ).

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    Default Re: 12.1 Beta Chrome and Chromium Crash KDE

    WoW it's happening whit inkscape to

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    Default Re: 12.1 Beta Chrome and Chromium Crash KDE

    I'm on 11.4, and I find that Chrome and Chromium occasionally cause my system to lockup, always on transition to a new page, sometimes while I'm typing a url. This happens regardless of desktop environment (GNOME/KDE/XFCE), and it's a complete lockup, no response to mouse or any key, no option but hard reboot. It happens daily, perhaps hourly, with Chrome, weekly with Chromium, so that's what I use. It sometimes happens on the first page I try to go to, and I've yet to find a pattern. I have booted computer, opened chromium, and started typing forums.opensuse, and had the crash - no opportunity for flash to load, so I doubt that's implicated. -GEF

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    Default Re: 12.1 Beta Chrome and Chromium Crash KDE

    Chromium repos have changed: Index of /repositories/network:/chromium pick your openSUSE version. That's for one.
    Another thing is: you're running 12.1 which is still in beta stage and considered not stable. If you want stablility, install 11.4, maybe upgrade that to Tumbleweed.
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