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Old 07-26-2015, 05:28 PM   #1
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Native Client missing from Chrome/Chromium

Anybody ever have this issue? I can't figure it out. I'm working on my brothers machine via teamviewer and the issue is trying to use the videostream extention, it'll say the native client plugin is missing which going to chrome://plugins confirms. I've reinstalled both chrome and chromium without luck. I've also manually downloaded the native client sdk from the google website and installed which seems to work until you try to use it. The machine is running Mint 17.2 but did it on 17.1 as well. Not sure if it means something but when it's run and the machine craps out on my brothers end (black screen, appears crashed) I still have it running on my end on teamviewer. I haven't been able to google much up on this one, any ideas?


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