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I have two machines with Chrome on them. One is running Windows 7 and the other is running Ubuntu 9.04. Both Chrome versions are and both are the beta version. My Windows 7 PC has bookmark sync enabled but I can't seem to get it enabled on my Ubuntu machine.

The command I use is

/opt/google/chrome/google-chrome --enable-sync

Has anyone had the same problem on Ubuntu 9.04 with Chrome? If fixed, how did you fix it?

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I'm using Chrome and I just had to go to the settings menu -> Options -> Personal Stuff -> Bookmark Sync and set it up.

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Raphink you're using a version of chrome that's not the downloadable beta for ubuntu. Probably you're using chromium.

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