On 04/04/2021 11:24 AM, Richard wrote: >> Date: Sunday, April 04, 2021 10:19:34 -0400 >> From: H <agents at meddatainc.com> >> >> I am running CentOS 7 and just updated chromium to version >> 89.0.4389.82 from EPEL. >> >> Although this version was released a few weeks ago, I had had the >> previous version of chromium (88.0.4324.150) running for several >> weeks but it crashed and the new version was then loaded. >> >> The older version worked fine but this new one refuses to load >> certain, ie most, websites that the old version did not have a >> problem with - it is jus stuck waiting for the domain in question. >> Further, the version of Firefox I also have installed loads all of >> them without any problems which suggests there is not a problem >> with those sites, the DNS resolution, nor with my system apart from >> chromium. >> >> Rpm does not allow me to downgrade to the previous version and >> cannot find the previous version. I remember having a similar >> problem loading websites at least a year ago which, if I remember >> correctly, was due to some bug in chromium. >> > Do you have firefox set to use DoH? That could change the perspective > of whether there is a DNS issue. > > With centos-7 you can use chrome, you don't have to use chromium. > > I use the rpms for chrome, for both the stable and beta releases -- > currently at 89.0.4389.114 and 90.0.4430.51 respectively, from > google's repository without any issues. > > > _______________________________________________ > CentOS mailing list > CentOS at centos.org > https://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos Understood. I checked and I cannot see that I am using DoH (DNS over https?) in Firefox. Since I have a vague memory of having had a similar problem with chromium in the past, I highly suspect it is a bug in the browser. Where can I find the older release, ie 88.0.4324.150 of chromium? It is no longer in EPEL.