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On Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 12:34 AM, Yohan Pereira <yohan.pereira@...> wrote:
> Do you have this problem while starting chrome directly?
I need to be more diligent to test this. When Chromium doesn't start,
I just press MOD4+W a few more times and eventually it comes up. I
will instead stop trying and open a terminal to see what is going one.
> sometimes chrome does not exist correctly leaving behind some zombile
> processes. When this happens I cannot launch chrome again. I need to kill
> these processes to be able to start chrome.
I get the same thing. When I want to kill them I kill processed named
chrome, chrome_sandbox, and a couple others. As I type this in chrome
with one tab, there are 8 "chrome" processes running. Seems a little
high. I wonder if it is related to my "hesitant startup" issue.