I recently upgraded chromium on a 32-bit CentOS 6.4 system yesterday to version to chromium-28.0.1500.95-213514.i686. I then ran the chrome_pepperflash_copy.sh script, but my copy of the script was before it was modified to check the architecture so it downloaded the 64 bit chrome rpm and installed that version of pepper. I tried to run chromium but was greeted with “Illegal Instruction (core dumped)”. I then noticed the 64-bit rpm was downloaded so I removed /opt/chromium/PepperFlash and completely re-installed chromium.i686. No go. So I then cleaned up /tmp, rebooted and removed ~/.cache/google-chrome and ~/.config/chrome. Unfortunately it is still crashing. I’m not sure if it has to do with the updated version or the botched 64-bit pepperflash installation, the script doesn’t seem to do anything other than create /opt/chromium/PepperFlash and update the .desktop file.
I ran an strace of /opt/chromium/chrome-wrapper and put it here: http://pastie.org/8272854 – it’s always crashing on statfs64(“/selinux”, ….) – not sure what that means though. /selinux exists, selinux is actually disabled.
Anyone else having issues like this?