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New install of Chrome --no-sandbox command option is set

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New install of Chrome --no-sandbox command option is set Chuck620 5/7/10 7:25 AM
I just installed Chrome and it imported my settings from Firefox, now each time I open the browser I get a message saying that I have the --no-sandbox option set but I can't see where this is set.  I checked out the shortcut to Chrome and I don't see the command line options set, where else can I check to see if this option is set?

Thanks in advance.

Chuck
Re: New install of Chrome --no-sandbox command option is set Flint4fun 6/3/10 6:00 PM
If you right click on the Chrome .exe program, the target will have the path to the .exe file and at the end of the "Target" line you will see the Quotes about the no sandbox.  If you remove this it might not work though...but not sure what it does myself. (before changing the target line note the exact line (including the space between the two quoted sections that is so easy to overlook).
Re: New install of Chrome --no-sandbox command option is set Chuck620 6/4/10 5:04 AM
That was the first place I checked, there are no options set after Chrome.exe in the target.  This is exactly what the target line says:
"F:\Ceedo\User\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe"

Any other thoughts?
Re: New install of Chrome --no-sandbox command option is set sequin121 6/8/10 11:19 PM
Now I'm getting this, too...,,.,.
"You are using an unsupported  command-line flag: --no-sandbox. Stability and security will suffer."
Re: New install of Chrome --no-sandbox command option is set ts8769 10/1/10 7:31 PM
I can only use Chrome if I add the statement --no-sandbox at the end of the target.  I can not launch without that and my chrome all of a sudden became very instable.
Re: New install of Chrome --no-sandbox command option is set cap263 10/11/10 8:27 AM
I intially added the -no sandbox command, but I now get the message "You are using an unsupported  command-line flag: --no-sandbox. Stability and security will suffer."  I'd like to change it back.  How can I do this?
Re: New install of Chrome --no-sandbox command option is set vasa1 10/11/10 10:55 AM
Edit the command line and delete the switch.
Re: New install of Chrome --no-sandbox command option is set netts 10/14/10 11:17 PM
same problem here. chrome doesnt work without the no sandbox command. and apparantly stability and security will suffer if i do use it.
I have searched all over the net to find an answer.

why cant someone from google chrome answer the question and sort it out.
Re: New install of Chrome --no-sandbox command option is set pax_corpus 11/22/10 4:54 PM
Same problem. Been working for hours fixing this, but witout any luck. Google? Are you reading this?
Re: New install of Chrome --no-sandbox command option is set Chuck620 12/9/10 6:43 AM
I still haven't been able to correct this issue.  It's not on the Command Line of the executable but if you look on the "about:" page in chrome (details below) you can see the Command Line option "no-sandbox"there.  I have no idea how to change it from there.


Google Chrome        8.0.552.215 (Official Build 67652)
WebKit        534.10
V8        2.4.9.14
User Agent        Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US) AppleWebKit/534.10 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/8.0.552.215 Safari/534.10
Command Line        "F:\Ceedo\User\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" --no-sandbox --flag-switches-begin --flag-switches-end

Any suggestions?
Re: New install of Chrome --no-sandbox command option is set Observer1776 2/1/11 5:49 AM
Chrome formally was my default browser in my W7 machine. After a MS security update, Chrome stopped working. Pages would no longer load. Many people complained about this. The --no-sandbox command line argument, although it allows pages to load (with a warning message) does create stability problems.
This has been going on for a while now, and there has been NO response from Google about this.
I have now abandoned the use of Chrome as a browser, even though it had some features I liked.
Why is Google hiding behind a no response wall on this?

Fred Goepfert
West Springs, SC
fg2...@gmail.com