I have uploaded new packages for Chromium. The version 67.0.3396.99 was released a month ago but the source remained unavailable for a while and then I “went under” for a while. Now that I finally built and uploaded it, I noticed there’s a new version up today (68.0.3440.75) but I will wait a bit with that one and focus on Plasma5 next.
Get these chromium-67.0.3396.99 packages for Slackware 14.2 and -current overhere:
- https://slackware.nl/people/alien/slackbuilds/chromium (rsync via rsync://slackware.nl/mirrors/people/alien/slackbuilds/chromium/)
And then there’s the July security update for Adobe’s Flash Player plugins, which is already two weeks old – also released when I was indisposed.
The version 18.104.22.168 of the flashplayer-plugin (NPAPI plugin for Mozilla based browsers) and the chromium-pepperflash-plugin (PPAPI plugin for Chromium based browsers) is now available as a Slackware package in my repository.
Welcome back, Eric! You had us all quite worried for a while, there!
Welcome back, Eric! Rest assured that you were missed. I sincerely hope that all is well now.
Thanks a ton, Eric !
Great to see you back Eric! Thanks for the updates.
Nice to see you back Eric. At last everything is back to normal again. I hope.
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Great to see that you’re back, and amazing to find the fresh gcc multilib packages available almost directly after the -current upgrades. As said in another forum: you’re a genius.
Eric, thaks for these updated packages.
Are you aware of some sort of trouble with chromium-widevine-plugin with chromium 67? Netflix displays the error M7701-1003 when trying to play anything. Also, I can’t see WidevineCdm listed in chrome://components/.
Thanks for any reply on this.
Nevermind, Eric. Widevine plugin is working perfectly in c67.
I had ‘Allow protected content playback’ in advanced settings turned off. After enabling it, all went fine.
Thank you and sorry for the noise. 😉
Hi Deny Dias,
I had to wait until I got home to test Netflix but indeed, working flawlessly.