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Old 8th January 2018
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Default [Chromium] Native client browser plugin

Hello forum. I have installed chromium-63.0.3239.132 from the latest snapshot and i'm trying to found a way to install the Native client browser plugin (on chrome://flags i don't find the enable-nacl option). I have no intention to develop some application with the nacl plugin, just i want to use it for installing the teamviewer plugin for controlling some remote mobile devices for my company, and avoid setup a virtual environment for a single application.

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Hello, and welcome!

To my knowledge, this has not been ported. The SDK is available here: https://developer.chrome.com/native-client/sdk/download
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