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    Default Hibernation broke google-chrome?

    Hello,

    while studying, I fell asleep and my Opensuse 13.2 64 bit KDE laptop ran out of battery. It is set to hibernate when low on battery. I plugged my laptop in and turned on the computer.

    Google-chrome used to work, not it's not. Any idea on how I should approach to fix this?
    Code:
    SJL@Gyro:~> google-chrome
    Check failed: NamespaceUtils::WriteToIdMapFile("/proc/self/gid_map", gid_)

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    Default Re: Hibernation broke google-chrome?

    According to my process monitor, ALL instances of google-chrome is going into sleep.

    How do I change this?

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    Default Re: Hibernation broke google-chrome?

    Re-installation of google-chrome-stable didn't do anything... I need this computer operational within 24hours.

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    Default Re: Hibernation broke google-chrome?

    Phew! Kernel upgrade solves everything.

    Running Kernel 4.14 now, but would someone explain how/why this happened?

    google-chrome worked very well until it went into a coma.

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    Default Re: Hibernation broke google-chrome?

    Quote Originally Posted by SJLPHI View Post
    I need this computer operational within 24hours.
    There are more web browsers out there than Google Chrome.

    Google Chrome was not disabled by hibernation.

    The issue was a kernel upgrade.

    Start Google Chrome with the following command:
    /usr/bin/google-chrome-stable %U --disable-namespace-sandbox

    More information about this issue can be found here:
    https://forums.opensuse.org/showthre..._map-quot-gid_

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    Default Re: Hibernation broke google-chrome?

    Thank you,

    Firefox, and Opera are both incompatible with some of the websites I need to access.

    I actually when through quite a bit of research until kernel upgrade. The command code/option for google chrome actually did not work for me. Output was the exact same error line I've stated above.

    Just to be clear:
    1. I fall asleep.
    2. Computer hibernates
    3. Google Chrome went into a coma
    4. No action I've done brought chrome out of coma.
    5. I did a kernel upgrade
    6. google-chrome came back to life.

    Kernel upgrade solved the issue. Hibernation sent chrome into coma.

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    Default Re: Hibernation broke google-chrome?

    You either have automatic updates on or you did an update before you slept. The wake up started the new kernel which broke chrome

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    Default Re: Hibernation broke google-chrome?

    That makes sense, I think I like the newest kernel anyways, much faster and no problem just yet.

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