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You cannot run a GUI application if you have a headless server without a GUI. In Linux/Ubuntu you need to install XWindows. I expect that when installing Chromium there were some suggestions on installing other dependancies? Like XWindows. Otherwise you could install a mininum GUI like XFCE4 without all the dependancies (so not the Xubuntu desktop, but only ...
Unfortunately unchecking View->Show bookmarks bar does not help. Instead open Menu->Settings->Appearance and uncheck "Always show the bookmarks bar".
Apparently you have to install it, according to Adobe's Flash Player Help / Use Flash Player with Chromium page: To view content with Flash Player in the Chromium open source web browser, install the Flash Player plug-in at get.adobe.com/flashplayer. Note: Unlike Chromium, the similar Google Chrome browser includes Adobe Flash Player built-in. ...
From this answer Where are chromium extensions located? on AskUbuntu by djeikyb: Extensions are stored at ~/.config/chromium/Default/Extensions. Here's an example featuring the amazing adblock: jake@daedalus:~$ cd .config/chromium/Default/Extensions/ jake@daedalus:~/.config/chromium/Default/Extensions$ ls gighmmpiobklfepjocnamgkkbiglidom/ ...
There is no such extension/plugin/app, also it is a joke to trust 3rd party with all your data(bookmarks,history,extensions,passwords,etc..).
Chromium version 39 (on Ubuntu at least) tracks the browser's exit state in three separate files: ~/.config/chromium/"Profile 1"/Preferences ~/.config/chromium/"Profile 1"/.org.chromium.Chromium.XXXXXX ~/.config/chromium/"Local State" Where "XXXXXX" is a six-digit random alphanumeric string. Note also that "Profile 1" may be named differently based on ...
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