Package Details: ungoogled-chromium-bin 71.0.3578.98-2

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Package Base: ungoogled-chromium-bin
Description: Modifications to Google Chromium for removing Google integration and enhancing privacy, control, and transparency (binary version)
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Keywords: chromium
Licenses: BSD
Conflicts: chromium, iridium, ungoogled-chromium
Provides: chromium
Submitter: evrea
Maintainer: None
Last Packager: vinjk
Votes: 92
Popularity: 1.892523
First Submitted: 2018-05-31 02:51
Last Updated: 2019-01-02 17:21

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vinjk commented on 2019-05-21 21:33

Managed to create a repo for my builds of packages I use, including ungoogled chromium ofc, add these lines to /etc/pacman.conf

Server =$arch
And get my key
sudo pacman-key --recv-keys 5F39C22C3114B0C0
sudo pacman-key --lsign-key 5F39C22C3114B0C0
I'll disown this package since I will be building it myself, thanks for all the feedback until now. Bye.

vinjk commented on 2019-05-01 02:59


Those are already built packages. Downloading it then just extracting the contents to then build the same package but with a different name seems kind of pointless to me tbh.

I'll see what I can do anyway, that out-of-date flag is ticking me off.

TankMissile commented on 2019-05-01 02:07

@vinjk Then don't use the linux-portable or ubuntu binaries. Use the submitted Arch Linux binaries: If they become outdated, submit a pull request. I'm even willing to get a repository setup if it means more easily installing these binaries.

vinjk commented on 2019-04-28 22:43

@TankMissile @youngunix

let me explain myself again, I'm using the linux-portable binaries from the ungoogled-chromium-binaries repo, this version is stuck on 71.x and @intika hasn't release any new versions. I'm using those binaries because they don't cause problems when system libraries get updated because the package already comes with its own set of libraries. Of course, I could change to using the ubuntu binaries but that would create constant problems because the ubuntu binaries are linked to ubuntu's own libraries which are outdated compared to those on Arch. In order to fix that I'd have to constantly update this package whenever something broke, like the update to icu, hoping that symlinking the new version to the old one will, hopefully, fix the issues. And you would have to build this package again and again with each fix.


Yeah, I'll try to make the pull requests whenever a new version is released and it hasn't already been updated in the repo.

youngunix commented on 2019-04-27 23:19

@vinjk: the link you provided indicates the latest release is 74.0.3729.108-1. So it is sane to flag this package out-of-date.

TankMissile commented on 2019-04-24 04:20

@vinjk You have releases under your own github repository, but as I said before, submitting a pull request to the Ungoogled Chromium Binaries github repository would be more trustworthy. Also, this AUR package should still be updated. From your wording, it seems you won't be doing that anymore?

ObserverOfTime commented on 2019-03-24 03:40

I'm getting this error when I start the program:

[13400:13400:0324/] Unable to show a dialog outside the UI thread message loop: Failed To Create Data Directory - Chromium cannot read and write to its data directory:


My user isn't named antergos. Did it perhaps hardcode the config directory on compile time rather than detecting it on runtime?

vinjk commented on 2019-03-20 02:05


Yeah, I'll probably do that, gotta set up some stuff first though

TankMissile commented on 2019-03-17 17:28

@vinjk In that case, why not submit a pull request here: That way, even though the builds are not necessarily reproducible, at the very least they'll be considered more "official".

vinjk commented on 2019-03-17 03:39


yeah, it is outdated, and as much as I would want to update it, I'm using the Portable Linux binaries, and those are still at 71.0.3578.98-2. Also, the Archlinux binaries are at version 72.0.3626.109-1 whilst ungoogled-chromium is currently in the version 72.0.3626.122-1, also, those binaries were compiled against an old version of libvpx. That is also why I'm giving a link for a more updated binary for archlinux