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zogg posted a topic in General DiscussionHey, everyone, As I watch Netflix and I use chromium as my main browser - I have to get chrome-binary-plugins. And they seems to work correctly. The main problem is that in most cases the version between those two - always mismatch. I mean if chromium 67 is still masked, why would plugins be unmasked and moreover 66 version would be removed. Plugin of different version would not work on lower version chromium and they should be synced on unmasking. Otherwise you just have plugin that is not usable
jhan posted a question in Installation HelpCurrently I have installed chromium-64.0.3282.167. With the newer versions now available in the tree I wanted to upgrade. But every version newer than 64.0.3282.167 fails on the "last" step: My guess would be a problem regarding to clang. As neither clang nor llvm were installed on my system before this. Has anyone an idea what the cause could be? The internet was not much help so far. backtrace.txt
Sorry, I have posted this to the wrong section and I do not seem to be able to move it or delete it. Hi, I have tried to emerge www-client/chromium on Funtoo but apparently one needs 3 GB of RAM in order to accomplish that (64-bit). I only have 2 GB and cannot be upgraded (Atom N455). Is there any workaround? Should all open-source Chrome derivatives, such as Iridium, present the same issue? Firefox and PaleMoon (the later with an old gcc version) emerge just fine... Best, Miro PS: The reason for compiling the entire OS on this Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3s was because only this way was I able to multitask. Binary OSs (be them Linux or Windows) made using more than one application at a time quite a pain. The reason for choosing Funtoo over Gentoo was the Atom64 stage3. With a tailored 4.14 Gentoo kernel, every single package compiled from source, LXDE, RAM upgraded to 2B and an SSD, I now can have 2/3 applications (such as LibreOffice Write, PaleMoon and Gimp) running simultaneously and manage to get the work done when on the move.