Although browsers Chrome and Chromium are brothers, they differ in several sections in which we will not go this time, because the only thing that interests us today is to bring a characteristic from first to second. We talk PDF document viewer that integrates Chrome , which lacks Chromium.
interesting trick I found him yesterday in replicating the look and did not hesitate a second to save it for the PING on Saturday. But I’ve thought it over, and it seems to me so good that I think it deserves its own space (although some of us had known!).
should be noted that if Chromuium does not use Chrome PDF viewer is because it is proprietary software , but if this does not matter as much as winning that functionality, it’s really easy to get. You just need to have installed both browsers (quiet, do not have to run Chrome, which you can remove once the operation) and copy the file libpdf.so , located in opt / google / chrome / , in the corresponding directory.
Here comes the only oddball in the operation, as the directory varies Chromium distribution release distribution and -32 or 64 bits. But fear not, because it is very easy to locate the right place. In the original article the procedure is performed in openSUSE 64-bit, so I’ve spent a 64-bit Ubuntu to give another example. Then I put the relevant commands (you can avoid the command line, but taking the right path is not worth the waste of time).
Debian, Ubuntu and derivatives, regardless of architecture:
openSUSE 32-bit would be:
Noting the differences Tours will not take anything to find the one that corresponds to your system. And that’s it, you have PDF document viewer in Chromium.yarpp-related-none” class=”yarpp-related
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