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How To Make Chromium Open Full Screen Automatically On the Raspberry Pi



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9 thoughts on “How To Make Chromium Open Full Screen Automatically On the Raspberry Pi

  1. How to pass a URL to open it? Like this: @chromium-browser –kiosk http://localhost/myapp/

  2. I'm getting (chromium: 2680): Gtk-WARNING **: cannot open display: any idea why?

  3. Im using raspberry jessie and I changed the LXDE-pi file and it still does not boot directly to chrome. It still boots to the desktop GUI. any ideas?

  4. what if you website requires a username and password, I have the username and password stored is there a way to write code to press enter?

  5. This was really useful thank you xxx

  6. When you do the command:
    sudo nano ~/.config/lxsession/LXDE/autostart
    it should create the autostart file.

  7. if the autostart file does not exist?

  8. and what can we do in this situation?

  9. I'll be trying this on Pi later this week, but the easiest way to disable the mouse cursor on a dedicated windows xp box is to modify all of the pointers to use a blank cur file. If there is a way to change the system pointers, just change them to a blank image instead of a pointer. You can also manipulate the pointer via html and css but it's more work and doesn't always end up with a hidden cursor on windows until the mouse actually moves. (which never happens if there isn't one plugged in.)

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