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    OchoDirko is offline Junior Member
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    Default Error: "using an unsupported command line (no sandbox)

    I just started getting this today...

    In the yellow rectangle at the top of the browser it says

    "You are using an unsupported command-line flag: -no-sandbox. Stability and security will suffer."

    Anyone else have this?

    Know what in the hell it is?


    Chrome (5.0.375.29)

    Thank you.

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    OchoDirko is offline Junior Member
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    202 people have looked at this and im the only one?!!?

    haha its cool

    just wondering wtf it is..

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    Check your shortcut to Chrome, if it has that flag in the target it remove it.
    There's a nice description of how to modify your shortcut here if need be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OchoDirko View Post
    202 people have looked at this and im the only one?!!?

    haha its cool

    just wondering wtf it is..
    Me too, and I have had this problem with chrome after opening a fake Linkedin email. I can't hit a link which opens Chrome as my default browser. Because then the page tabs keep trying to open. So I put the sandbox in the command-line and have to open Chrome first from my desktop. Then I have to click the 'You are using an unsupported command-line flag:--no sandbox.' message away and it works fine. Until the next time I use my computer.

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