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[MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers

Postby doktor5000 » Mar 11th, '12, 18:13

This post provides the Most Asked Questions (and answers) for Mageia users for Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers.
It is a summary of all the numerous discussions in the forum.
If you have some suggestions or if you find a mistake please post your suggestions here in the thread.

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First things first, an introduction and disambiguation about Chrome / Chromium:

Chromium is one part of the Chromium projects, which include Chromium and Chromium OS, the open-source projects behind the Google Chrome browser and Google Chrome OS, respectively. Chromium is open source, and only available as source code from Google.
Google Chrome is a freeware web browser developed by Google that uses the WebKit layout engine. In general, Chrome/Chromium are renowned for fast rendering and the fastest page load times of all browsers (default settings). Chrome also contains a bundled copy of the Flash Player plugin, so no need to install it manually if you only use Chrome. Additionally Chrome / Chromium provides a really good integration of Google Tranlslate, and automatically asks you if it should translate a page into your language, which happens in-place, and is really comfortable.
Chrome / Chromium is also able to use Plugins (called Extensions) but there are not that many as f.ex. for Firefox.

For a detailed rundown of differences between Chrome and chromium, please see http://code.google.com/p/chromium/wiki/ ... ogleChrome

IMPORTANT NOTE
If you want to know something about the privacy policies related to Chrome / Chromium:
http://www.chromium.org/Home/chromium-privacy
https://support.google.com/chrome/bin/a ... wer=114836
Also, mostly everything can be configured/disabled if you don't want that.

Using chromium-browser from the Mageia repositories
The recommended way is to use the Mageia packages for chromium. If you attempt to install
the chromium-browser package (which is actually empty, and only pulls in one of the flavours, this is called a meta-package)
by default you will get chromium-browser-stable, which is the normal stable version and recommended for productive usage.
chromium-browser-beta and chromium-browser-unstable are only available for Cauldron.

As Chromium is a hassle to update and the packaging is rather complex, it may not be always up-to-date as Chromium is
using a really fast release cycle (usually a new major version every 6 weeks). Feel free to join the packaging team to help improve that situation:
https://wiki.mageia.org/en/Becoming_a_Mageia_Packager

Confusion / Mix-up between Chromium browser and Chromium B.S.U
There is another package called only chromium, don't confuse this for the Chromium web browser.
Chromium (the full name is Chromium B.S.U.) is an arcade-style, top-scrolling space shooter and a really
fun game, feel free to try it out, but it has nothing to do with the Chromium web browser.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/chromium-bsu/

Chromium 35 and issues with plugins
Since version 35, chromium doesn't support browser plugins anymore. See http://advisories.mageia.org/MGASA-2014-0413.html
and the thread viewtopic.php?f=7&t=8568 for more information.
See http://blog.chromium.org/2013/09/saying ... npapi.html or http://blog.chromium.org/2014/05/update ... ation.html for more information on why and when the support for NPAPI browser plugins has been dropped.

It's still possible to get at least flash working, by using pepperflash plugin from chrome.
See the above linked forum post for the pepperflash plugin, and the following instructions on how to install chrome to obtain the plugin.

Using chrome directly from Google repositories
You can also use Google Chrome directly, for example if you want your updates to happen faster or if you don't like the Chromium look.
There are two ways to do this, either by downloading Chrome directly from Google and installing it manually,
or by adding the Chrome repository from Google to your urpmi repositories, which enables you to get automatical updates from Google.
For the first one, take a look here: https://www.google.com/chrome and just follow the instructions.

edit doktor5000: Since google-chrome-stable-63.0.3239.84 it requires ca-certificates package, which does not exist on Mageia. For new installation or also for further updates one would need to use e.g. urpmi --allow-nodeps google-chrome-stable
See e.g. https://ml.mageia.org/l/arc/discuss/201 ... 00046.html for more details.


ATTENTION: 32bit support has been dropped by google, see this thread on their product forums

For the second, open a terminal, and as root issue the following command for a 64bit install:

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urpmi.addmedia --update google-chrome http://dl.google.com/linux/chrome/rpm/stable/x86_64

Then just install google-chrome-stable (or -beta or - unstable, whatever you prefer) and you'll get updates directly from Google as soon as they release them.
One thing needs to be done to ensure correct operation, you need to import the public GPG key with which Google signs those packages,
or otherwise you'll get errors about the wrong or unknown signature of those packages. This only needs to be done if you haven't hat Chrome installed before.
Just issue the following command in a terminal as root to import Googles public GPG key after downloading it from
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rpm --import https://dl-ssl.google.com/linux/linux_signing_key.pub

If it errors out like in the following example:
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Error: https://dl-ssl.google.com/linux/linux_signing_key.pub: Import failed.

then it only means that you'll probably have it already installed, you can check via
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$ rpm -qi gpg-pubkey-7fac5991-*

output should look like this:

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Name        : gpg-pubkey                   Relocations: (not relocatable)
Version     : 7fac5991                          Vendor: (none)
Release     : 4615767f                      Build Date: So 11 Mär 2012 15:33:27 CET
Install Date: So 11 Mär 2012 15:33:27 CET      Build Host: localhost
Group       : Public Keys                   Source RPM: (none)
Size        : 0                                License: pubkey
Signature   : (none)
Summary     : gpg(Google, Inc. Linux Package Signing Key <linux-packages-keymaster@google.com>)
Description :
-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: rpm-4.8.1 (NSS-3)

mQGiBEXwb0YRBADQva2NLpYXxgjNkbuP0LnPoEXruGmvi3XMIxjEUFuGNCP4Rj/a
kv2E5VixBP1vcQFDRJ+p1puh8NU0XERlhpyZrVMzzS/RdWdyXf7E5S8oqNXsoD1z
fvmI+i9b2EhHAA19Kgw7ifV8vMa4tkwslEmcTiwiw8lyUl28Wh4Et8SxzwCggDcA
feGqtn3PP5YAdD0km4S4XeMEAJjlrqPoPv2Gf//tfznY2UyS9PUqFCPLHgFLe80u
QhI2U5jt6jUKN4fHauvR6z3seSAsh1YyzyZCKxJFEKXCCqnrFSoh4WSJsbFNc4PN
b0V0SqiTCkWADZyLT5wll8sWuQ5ylTf3z1ENoHf+G3um3/wk/+xmEHvj9HCTBEXP
78X0A/0Tqlhc2RBnEf+AqxWvM8sk8LzJI/XGjwBvKfXe+l3rnSR2kEAvGzj5Sg0X
4XmfTg4Jl8BNjWyvm2Wmjfet41LPmYJKsux3g0b8yzQxeOA4pQKKAU3Z4+rgzGmf
HdwCG5MNT2A5XxD/eDd+L4fRx0HbFkIQoAi1J3YWQSiTk15fw7RMR29vZ2xlLCBJ
bmMuIExpbnV4IFBhY2thZ2UgU2lnbmluZyBLZXkgPGxpbnV4LXBhY2thZ2VzLWtl
eW1hc3RlckBnb29nbGUuY29tPohjBBMRAgAjAhsDBgsJCAcDAgQVAggDBBYCAwEC
HgECF4AFAkYVdn8CGQEACgkQoECDD3+sWZHKSgCfdq3HtNYJLv+XZleb6HN4zOcF
AJEAniSFbuv8V5FSHxeRimHx25671az+uQINBEXwb0sQCACuA8HT2nr+FM5y/kzI
A51ZcC46KFtIDgjQJ31Q3OrkYP8LbxOpKMRIzvOZrsjOlFmDVqitiVc7qj3lYp6U
rgNVaFv6Qu4bo2/ctjNHDDBdv6nufmusJUWq/9TwieepM/cwnXd+HMxu1XBKRVk9
XyAZ9SvfcW4EtxVgysI+XlptKFa5JCqFM3qJllVohMmr7lMwO8+sxTWTXqxsptJo
pZeKz+UBEEqPyw7CUIVYGC9ENEtIMFvAvPqnhj1GS96REMpry+5s9WKuLEaclWpd
K3krttbDlY1NaeQUCRvBYZ8iAG9YSLHUHMTuI2oea07Rh4dtIAqPwAX8xn36JAYG
2vgLAAMFB/wKqaycjWAZwIe98Yt0qHsdkpmIbarD9fGiA6kfkK/UxjL/k7tmS4Vm
CljrrDZkPSQ/19mpdRcGXtb0NI9+nyM5trweTvtPw+HPkDiJlTaiCcx+izg79Fj9
KcofuNb3lPdXZb9tzf5oDnmm/B+4vkeTuEZJ//IFty8cmvCpzvY+DAz1Vo9rA+Zn
cpWY1n6z6oSS9AsyT/IFlWWBZZ17SpMHu+h4Bxy62+AbPHKGSujEGQhWq8ZRoJAT
G0KSObnmZ7FwFWu1e9XFoUCt0bSjiJWTIyaObMrWu/LvJ3e9I87HseSJStfw6fki
5og9qFEkMrIrBCp3QGuQWBq/rTdMuwNFiEkEGBECAAkFAkXwb0sCGwwACgkQoECD
D3+sWZF/WACfeNAu1/1hwZtUo1bR+MWiCjpvHtwAnA1R3IHqFLQ2X3xJ40XPuAyY
/FJG
=Quqp
-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----


One extra step is needed: associating the key with the Google repository.

  • From the Software Management window, go to Options menu -> Media Manager.
  • From the Configure Media window, go Options menu -> Manage keys.
  • Scroll down to sellect the chrome_* medium, and click the Add button.
  • Select the Google signing key 7fac5991, click OK.

More on that can be found at http://www.google.com/linuxrepositories/
Last edited by doktor5000 on Dec 7th, '17, 23:56, edited 6 times in total.
Reason: added hint about Requires on ca-certificates, change repo name to upstream repo name, added information about pepperflash plugin and chrome 35 and dropped plugin support, and dropped 32bit support
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Re: [MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers

Postby mandex » Mar 11th, '12, 19:17

Thanks for this post. This helped me and I'm sure that it will help a lot of other people, too!
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Re: [MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers

Postby doktor5000 » Mar 11th, '12, 19:24

Well, if they actually read it before posting *sigh*
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Re: [MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers

Postby wobo » Mar 12th, '12, 10:15

doktor5000 wrote:Just issue the following command in a terminal as root to import Googles public GPG key after downloading it from
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rpm --import https://dl-ssl.google.com/linux/linux_signing_key.pub

This last step does not work here:
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[root@marvin wobo]# rpm --import https://dl-ssl.google.com/linux/linux_signing_key.pub
Error: https://dl-ssl.google.com/linux/linux_signing_key.pub: Import failed.


Now I tried in 2 steps like advised on the Google site (http://www.google.com/linuxrepositories/ )
1. Download
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wget https://dl-ssl.google.com/linux/linux_signing_key.pub

This works, file linux_signing_key.pub is downloaded into my ~/Downloads

2. Import:
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[root@marvin wobo]# rpm --import ~/Downloads/linux_signing_key.pub
Error: linux_signing_key.pub: Import failed
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Re: [MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers

Postby doktor5000 » Mar 12th, '12, 22:31

I bet you already have it installed, mind the note ;)
[MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers wrote:This only needs to be done if you haven't hat Chrome installed before.

Well, i already regret a bit having written this MAQeia, now i need to make it foolproof ... :x

Just check, you'll see that you already have it installed:

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rpm -qi gpg-pubkey-7fac5991-*
Name        : gpg-pubkey                   Relocations: (not relocatable)
Version     : 7fac5991                          Vendor: (none)
Release     : 4615767f                      Build Date: So 11 Mär 2012 15:33:27 CET
Install Date: So 11 Mär 2012 15:33:27 CET      Build Host: localhost
Group       : Public Keys                   Source RPM: (none)
Size        : 0                                License: pubkey
Signature   : (none)
Summary     : gpg(Google, Inc. Linux Package Signing Key <linux-packages-keymaster@google.com>)
Description :
-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: rpm-4.8.1 (NSS-3)
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=Quqp
-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
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Re: [MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers

Postby wobo » Mar 13th, '12, 12:29

doktor5000 wrote:I bet you already have it installed, mind the note ;)

No, I had not because I read the MAQeia before! :)

1. I installed the repo for urpmi
2. I (tried to) install the key
3. I installed Chrome

Sometimes I can trust my eyes and mind (the former more often than the latter).
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Re: [MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers

Postby viking60 » Apr 1st, '12, 23:34

Chrome also sends a unique identifying number to Google the minute you install it, so they can provide better "services". Google has given only valid reasons for doing so (there is no way of telling - but you can trust them).
Some like it - some don't.
Not very technical guru stuff, but I think it makes sense to mention it here.
This is what Google collects as far as I have been able to find out:

    RLZ identifier, an encoded string sent together with all queries to Google or once every 24 hours.
    Google search access on startup for users with Google as default search
    A unique ID ("clientID") for identifying the user in logs.
    A timestamp of when the browser was installed.
    Google-hosted error pages when a server is not present
    Google Updater automatic installation.
    DNS pre-fetching, because it could potentially be used by spammers.
    Automatic address bar search suggestions.
    Bug tracking system, sends information about crashes or errors.
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Re: [MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers

Postby dedanna1029 » Jan 1st, '13, 17:36

wobo wrote:
doktor5000 wrote:Just issue the following command in a terminal as root to import Googles public GPG key after downloading it from
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rpm --import https://dl-ssl.google.com/linux/linux_signing_key.pub

This last step does not work here:
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[root@marvin wobo]# rpm --import https://dl-ssl.google.com/linux/linux_signing_key.pub
Error: https://dl-ssl.google.com/linux/linux_signing_key.pub: Import failed.

Works perfectly fine here, wobo:

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[root@localhost ~]# urpmi.addmedia --update chrome_i386 http://dl.google.com/linux/chrome/rpm/stable/i386
adding medium "chrome_i386"
    http://dl.google.com/linux/chrome/rpm/stable/i386/media_info/synthesis.hdlist.cz
[root@localhost ~]# rpm --import https://dl-ssl.google.com/linux/linux_signing_key.pub
[root@localhost ~]#
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Re: [MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers

Postby hrbutt90 » Aug 7th, '13, 19:42

I cant find chromium-browser-beta and -unstable in software management.

Help!
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Re: [MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers

Postby hrbutt90 » Aug 7th, '13, 19:46

Why is menu bar displayed on top of chromium?
How do you finish this?
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Re: [MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers

Postby hrbutt90 » Aug 7th, '13, 19:53

Oh i found it in Tools --> Settings --> Appearance
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Re: [MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers

Postby DanielKO » Aug 20th, '13, 23:21

One extra step is needed: associating the key with the Google repository.

  • From the Software Management window, go to Options menu -> Media Manager.
  • From the Configure Media window, go Options menu -> Manage keys.
  • Scroll down to sellect the chrome_* medium, and click the Add button.
  • Select the Google signing key, click OK.

Done, no more complaining about bad signature.
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Re: [MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers

Postby doktor5000 » Aug 20th, '13, 23:48

Interesting, IIRC it didn't complain here, and no key is shown there. It's more important that the key is known to the RPM database.

EDIT: Nope, another update just installed, and it shows the warning at the end. Thanks for the hint, I'll update the initial post :)
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Re: [MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers

Postby Goro_Daimon » May 19th, '16, 14:37

I em on latest Chromium for Mageia 5 32 bit but chromium dropped NPAPI support... oh my god!
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Re: [MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers

Postby doktor5000 » May 19th, '16, 19:28

And what do you want to tell us with that? This is mentioned in the MAQeia above already ...
This is also not new, npapi support has been dropped more then two years ago.
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Re: [MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers

Postby Goro_Daimon » May 19th, '16, 19:34

I use minitube for mageia to watch videos. Do you know alternatives for 32 bit system?
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Re: [MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers

Postby doktor5000 » May 19th, '16, 19:37

Alternative for what? For minitube, for chromium or for flash player plugin?
Alternatives for flash player are listed in our MAQeia for flash player plugin: viewtopic.php?f=34&t=880

And please next time do not use fullquotes, but only use the Reply function. Greatly improves clarity and reading flow.
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Re: [MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers

Postby ozky » Jun 19th, '16, 11:42

Smtube it works with all players included in repos.
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Re: [MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers

Postby ozky » Jul 2nd, '16, 17:56

Can you florian edit this page google have dropped support to 32bit chrome and removed repository.

http://www.xda-developers.com/xda-exter ... continued/
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Re: [MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers

Postby doktor5000 » Jul 3rd, '16, 18:28

Added a hint.
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Re: [MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers

Postby ozky » Jul 8th, '16, 22:33

Thanks little bit late.
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Re: [MAQeia] Google Chrome / Chromium web browsers

Postby vecciora » Dec 11th, '17, 17:10

Thanks for keeping update this page.
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