I'm not able to sync the browser (bookmarks, passwords, etc) with my google account. I'm using Chromium version 90.0.4430.212 (Versão oficial) for Linux Mint 64 bits, and Linux Mint 20.1 Cinnamon
As of 5-25-2021, I have installed chromium:amd64 90.0.4430.212~linuxmint1+ulyssa and the sync functionality is working perfectly for multiple accounts. I think the other users here have PEBKAC. And BTW, perhaps they need to update the default search engine as well since Mint likes Yahoo! over Google. (Guess it pays the bills!)
It's suitable as a webbrowser, but the snychronization with any google account doesn't work. Without that function, there are some webbrowers with some important advances.
Usaba Firefox, solo que había algunas opciones que no me dejaban usar algunos servicios, y en vez de instalar google chrome, preferí instalar Chromium, la verdad, fué una gran decisión. Gracias Linux Mint por no ser como Ubuntu XD
It's not a bad browser, but Brave is way better for linux in my opinion.
Worked fine in Linux Mint 19.3 but hangs and freezes in Linux mint 20.1. Any suggestions?
Gracias a todo el equipo de mint que hizo posible tener chromium.
Это самый крутой браузер для Linux.
The display is all messed up and redrawing itself in broken triangles, chrome has the same problem. Had to go back 5 different versions. All other gui programs works.
Best web browser. Working perfect on Mint 20 now!!
Don't use this *.deb, better to install it using "snap" package. In this case Chromium works perfect.
There are problems to run it on Linux Mint 20 Cinnammon .Hope to resolve this quickly.
I am impressed with the consideration but when I use Frefox for the link to explain/instruct, I get this warning: "Did Not Connect: Potential Security Issue Firefox detected a potential security threat and did not continue to www.linuxmint-user-guide.readthedocs.io because this website requires a secure connection. What can you do about it? www.linuxmint-user-guide.readthedocs.io has a security policy called HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS), which means that Firefox can only connect to it securely. You can’t add an exception to visit this site. The issue is most likely with the website, and there is nothing you can do to resolve it. You can notify the website’s administrator about the problem."
Tried to install it from terminal (sudo apt install chromium-browser). Thanks for being upfront about the snap thingy and for not forcing it upon the users. Cheers!
Same I tried a few ways to install it without the SNAP package and none of them work including the DEB repo here so eh I seem to remember it worked in 19.3?
It's need me in Linux Mint 20
I installed it but does not show up or work
I installed on Linux Mint 20 already but its not working , It was working before on 19.3 version of mint , I hope you can solve this issue immediately ,
Thanks for being clear about the whole Snap situation --- appreciate the transparency. I use Chromium in preference to Google Chrome, but now i'll check what else is out there.