You never fail to crack me up lolJust stop off at the store before you show up so that you can bring a bottle of wine.
You can find it in the Linux Mint app store.Ungoogled Chromium
It's here: https://ungoogled-software.github.io/ungoogled-chromium-binaries/You can find it in the Linux Mint app store.
I just looked at my Arch box, and it was nowhere to be found. Not even a "build" option.
You can install bleachbit root as found in the Mint Software app, so I'm certain it's widely available.That works well enough. I don't recall who it was for, but not too long ago I helped someone fix it so that they could run Bleachbit as root. That was a bit of an intellectual nugget.
That accumulated 1GB of "site data" does not take away from the RAM (8gb) on your pc...it uses the available space on your hard drive/ssdonce it reaches 1gig, my pc freezes up or slows down where its unusable (i have 8gig of memory on the computer)
You can install bleachbit root as found in the Mint Software app, so I'm certain it's widely available.
No need to struggle with that one
Gotcha! That was about setting up an app to launch as root without having to enter a password if I followed the thread correctly. Bleachbit came in about half way down the first page
That was about setting up an app to launch as root without having to enter a password if I followed the thread correctly.
I'm still puzzled by the OPs first post.Yup. They wanted to run it without a password. It was an interesting nugget.
Anyhow, to keep the thread on topic, we should move that to the other thread or a new thread - if it's actually needed.
i clear the following setting;
internet browser - settings - privacy and security - Cookies and Site Data - once it reaches 1gig,
That is 100% correct.@marbles Never replies.