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Updates for Chromium and Flash in sep 14

Chromium and Pepper Flash: Patch tuesday came and went. We have new Flash from Adobe and as a result, the Google Chrome browser also had a version bump and a new “PepperFlash” Plugin. Time for an update of my own Chromium package (just for Slackware 14.1 & current; the package for 13.37 & 14.0 remains at 37.0.2062.94 but you can of course compile a […]

New Chromium: 32.0.1700.77

 Chromium is the Open Source variant of the Chrome Browser. Both are part of the Chromium project which also has the Chrome OS as a product. Chromium and Chrome share the same codebase, and the closed-source Chrome browser is enhanced with some proprietary features like Adobe’s Pepper Flash plugin. A new stable release (32.0.1700.77) for […]

Flash security updates too (and chromium on the horizon)

I mentioned “Patch Tuesday” in my previous post and also mentioned Adobe in passing. The reason is, they made new versions available of their Flash Player Plugin for web browsers. Several security issues have been addressed, you can read all about those in their bulletin “apsb14-02” I packaged both the flashplayer-plugin 11.2.202.335 for Mozilla based […]

Chromium for Slackware, with salt & pepper

 I have been using Chrome alongside Firefox for some time now, because I was not very happy with the way Firefox is growing fat and sluggish. Chrome is nice and fast, and it allows me to save my preferences and bookmarks so I can keep them synchronized across computers – just like Firefox for which […]