Package Details: iridium-rpm 85.0-2

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/iridium-rpm.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: iridium-rpm
Description: Iridium browser - rhel/centos build altered for arch
Upstream URL: https://iridiumbrowser.de/
Licenses: BSD
Conflicts: iridium
Provides: iridium
Submitter: necklace
Maintainer: necklace
Last Packager: necklace
Votes: 9
Popularity: 1.05
First Submitted: 2020-01-27 21:01
Last Updated: 2021-01-11 11:45

Latest Comments

necklace commented on 2021-04-08 23:16

@MagusZ After some testing I've found some problems

  • The Leap_15.2 build doesn't work at all, crashes with undefined symbol after manually having to symlink some .so files
  • The Tumbleweed build works after manually symlinking some .so files, but it doesn't uninstall the previously installed version and uses "iridium" (symlinked to "chromium") in the command line instead of "iridium-browser", it also uses /usr/lib/chromium instead of /usr/lib/iridium-browser. So now we get both 88 and 85 (if you had 85 installed previously).

So I'm not really sure what to do, sure we could hack together a solution that creates the necessary symlinks and moves chromium/ to iridium-browser/ but if a fedora build is in the pipeline I'd personally wait for that.

It also uses pipewire, so that's a new dependency, but I'm guessing chromium uses that by default now.

MagusZ commented on 2021-04-07 22:13

There's a new build that is based off of Chromium 88, but its only for OpenSUSE. Would this package be updated for that or would it still strictly stick to the Fedora/CentOS builds?

frcl commented on 2021-02-26 11:51

@benvosper I had the same problem and "--use-gl=desktop" made it worse for me. I had more luck with creating some symlinks to the egl libs:

# ln -s /usr/lib/iridium-browser/swiftshader/libEGL.so /usr/lib/iridium-browser/libEGL.so
# ln -s /usr/lib/iridium-browser/swiftshader/libGLESv2.so /usr/lib/iridium-browser/libGLESv2.so

Seems that iridium is looking for those in the wrong place.

benvosper commented on 2020-12-07 12:19

If anyone's having issues with hardware acceleration using the new Chromium 85 version despite using the "Override software rendering list" flag enabled, I've found I can enable it again by adding "--use-gl=desktop" to /etc/iridium-browser/iridium.default.

Without that flag, chrome://gpu/ just said "gpu-compositing" was disabled. With it on, everything works fine.

necklace commented on 2020-04-18 22:34

Thanks, @stavrakis. Should be fixed now.

stavrakis commented on 2020-04-18 22:13

Needs to be updated for the 2020.04.80-1 release as the source is no longer at this URL.

tom commented on 2020-03-13 21:40

works, thanks!

necklace commented on 2020-03-13 18:12

Thanks, @tom. Seems they removed the previous v78 build when they released v79 for some reason. I do notice a v80 build there as well though, so I decided to use that, though that might also disappear.

tom commented on 2020-03-11 23:44

:: Parsing SRCINFO (1/1): iridium-rpm ==> Erstelle Paket: iridium-rpm 78.0-1 (Do 12 Mär 2020 00:39:53 CET) ==> Empfange Quellen... -> Lade iridium-browser-2019.11.78-1.el8.x86_64.rpm herunter... % Total % Received % Xferd Average Speed Time Time Time Current Dload Upload Total Spent Left Speed 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 --:--:-- 0:00:01 --:--:-- 0 curl: (22) The requested URL returned error: 404 Not Found ==> FEHLER: Fehler beim Download von https://downloads.iridiumbrowser.de/epel8/iridium-browser-2019.11.78-1.el8.x86_64.rpm Breche ab... Error downloading sources: iridium-rpm

necklace commented on 2020-01-27 21:18

Since the .deb release for iridium is over a month late, I've made this experimental package using the .rpm release instead.

I haven't tested it entirely, and I might need to add some dependencies (though it worked out of the box for me™), but at least it's "up to date" (in quotes, since latest chrome version is already 79).

You might still probably need to do some sort of fix by setting kernel.unprivileged_userns_clone, see https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/iridium-deb/ Do note that doing this is a security risk, as is continuing to use an outdated browser.

To be honest I've actually given up and switched to firefox. You can get it close-ish to chrome with a bunch of user.js tweaks. Or you could use ungoogled-chromium if you like compiling or you trust the binary builds at https://ungoogled-software.github.io/ungoogled-chromium-binaries/releases/archlinux/