[CentOS] google chrome future / centos 7

Thu Dec 17 20:58:16 UTC 2015
Alice Wonder <alice at domblogger.net>

Current midori builds in mock, I just tried, but the BuildRequires 
appear to be wrong because not all the extensions are built resulting in 
not all extensions found in %files section being there.

I'll look at the build log and maybe see if there is a way to make it 
work and file bug report with fix + EPEL build request if I can get it 
to work.

I know it's not chrome, but it is webkit and is wicked fast at 
rendering. And it uses gstreamer for html5 which is nice.

On 12/17/2015 12:45 PM, Alice Wonder wrote:
> Ouch I don't know. Awhile back I was successfully running midori on
> CentOS but I stopped because it was a PITA to keep porting Fedora spec
> files to CentOS to get it to work, as Fedora diverged more and more.
> Maybe there should be a SIG or whatever to maintain webkit browsers for
> CentOS for those who don't like FireFox.
> On 12/17/2015 12:37 PM, Richard wrote:
>> I'm seeing the following banner when I start up google-chrome
>> 48-beta (48.0.2564.48 beta (64-bit)) on my 7.2 machines:
>>     This computer will soon stop receiving Google Chrome updates
>>     because this Linux system will no longer be supported.
>> Does this portend a support issue for chrome on centos-7 in a few
>> months when the underlying changes make their way into their -stable
>> (since, as I understand it/as last I remember, in the centos world
>> we don't have benefit of the RH chromium release)?
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