Author Topic: [DEV] An attempt to package chromium for ppc64le in the official Fedora DNF repo  (Read 3559 times)

MauryG5

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Yes, I also encountered the Chromium blocking defect, I also wrote about it in the post relating to Fedora 40. Fedora itself encounters a problem and writes it and says that it automatically reported it, it freezes, the hard disk starts I don't know what to load and then suddenly Chromium closes and that's it.

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Unfortunately, despite the latest updates, the Chromium problem on Fedora persists in the same way... Today I installed the latest updates but the problem is the same as before, nothing has changed!

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My guess is it's unfinished. I did my F40 upgrade over the weekend and Chromium throws occasional breakpoint traps. There might be some sections of code that are unimplemented.

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YES after a few minutes it freezes, the hard disk starts reading who knows what and after a while it suddenly closes and stops... It should be reported to the Fedora team at this point, they have to see what's missing...

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Just made a new Chromium update but unfortunately the problem hasn't been resolved yet... It seems like this is a long time coming... I don't know if the developers are aware of the problem, someone has reported it to the team Fedora? I haven't used Fedora for a long time so I don't even remember how to do it anymore... :)

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Just made a new Chromium update but unfortunately the problem hasn't been resolved yet... It seems like this is a long time coming... I don't know if the developers are aware of the problem, someone has reported it to the team Fedora? I haven't used Fedora for a long time so I don't even remember how to do it anymore... :)

So far it has not done that for me. If possible, could you please install gdb and collect more info when the app crashes and report it to Fedora team?
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Yes, I can do it but unfortunately I don't know the procedure to use it and provide the necessary information. I installed GDB but I have never used it and I don't know what procedure to follow. Meanwhile the updates continue and the problem persists in the same way...