On Thu, Nov 24, 2016 at 9:49 PM, Ed Greshko <ed.greshko(a)greshko.com> wrote:
>> I have also erased Chrome's cache and history, but to no
>> Moreover, I have re-installed Chrome. Maybe, I should mention that F25
>> was installed on my machine by upgrading from F24.
> As was mine. Reinstalling a package in Linux is usually a waste of
> time, unlike Windows. Any configuration data will still be there from
> earlier (in your home directory, which package removal does not touch).
> Trying it under a different user account is a way to avoid these
> effects without having to remove anything.
Same thing here. System upgraded from F24->F25. Running KDE, no wayland, and Chrome
continues to work as it did prior to the upgrade.
It appears that by disabling gpu when calling Chrome, the problem is fixed:
I will confirm that later.