On 04/05/2021 04:44 PM, H wrote: > On 04/05/2021 02:34 PM, Richard wrote: >>> Date: Monday, April 05, 2021 18:31:36 +0200 >>> From: Simon Matter <simon.matter at invoca.ch> >>> >>> Some of our users wanted Chrome instead of Firefox so we installed >>> Chromium from EPEL for them. Over the time, we had several problems >>> where a build didn't work and also updates were not in time. We >>> also had problems where some people were able to run chromium while >>> others were unable to launch it with their profile, even on the >>> same host. >>> >>> We solved the issue by removing chromium completely and told our >>> users that Firefox has to be used :-) >> Is there a reason to still be trying to use chromium, rather than >> chrome? Later releases of chrome didn't work with centos-6, hence >> chromium, but c-6 is now EOL. My experience is that chrome (from the >> google repository) works fine with centos-7. >> >> >> _______________________________________________ >> CentOS mailing list >> CentOS at centos.org >> https://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos > You are right and I installed chrome from the google repository. Worked fine out of the box. I proceeded to move (1) Session Buddy, (2) bookmarks from chromium to chrome which also went fine. Prior to that I had installed the very same extensions I had been using on chromium to chrome. > > One thing remains: I would also like to move my entire browsing history from chromium to chrome but am not sure which physical files I need to copy? There does not seem to be a function for exporting browsing history to another browser but I would love to be corrected. > > _______________________________________________ > CentOS mailing list > CentOS at centos.org > https://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos Further progress - found an extension that allows me to export history, up to 90 days which is the maximum chrome/chromium stores, into a json file from chromium. But, I am still searching for a way to /import/ it into chrome. Have not found an extension for that yet, nor does there seem to be a setting for importing history, only bookmarks.