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Google Talk plugin not working in Debian 64 bit

I'm using Siduction 64 bit (this is a Debian distro which runs off of the sid branch), and the Google Talk plugin has stopped working. My system is up to date, and I've tested both Chrome and Firefox. ...
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1answer
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How to fix an “install loop” when installing Google Talk plugin on Chrome?

I'm trying to install the Google Talk plugin on a computer running Windows 7 64 bit, Chrome. It appears I am stuck in an "install loop" - whenever I click "install the plugin", everything seems to ...
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My Google Account not working properly with Ubuntu

When I use Windows, there is no problem; I can use Google Hangouts, Google Plus, and even(!) Google Search. But When I use Ubuntu (tried 12.04, 12.10 and 13.04); I cannot use Google Hangouts, it ...
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Google Talk plugin eats up CPU

Every time I try to enter a Google+ Hangout or video chat with google talk the cpu is driven to maximum (both cores), but the resolution of the webcam seems poor (<320x240) and the fps is even ...
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1answer
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Googletalkplugin going haywire

So I noticed today that Googletalkplugin has created a TON of processes. 212 to be exact. What in the world is happening and how do I solve this? I am using Windows 7 with Chrome 15.
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How can I install Google Chrome and Talk to a non-default location?

I'm trying to install Google Chrome and Google Talk to a non-default location. How can I do this? My Googling suggested that the Pack installer can do it, but for me it didn't give any such ...