Chromium On Linux Gets Bookmark Sync

If you're running on the cutting edge of Chrome with a Chromium daily build on Linux, you can now try out the Google-based bookmark syncing that Windows users have had for a bit now.

You'll have to add —enable-sync to your launching command, but it should work fairly intuitively after that. Your bookmarks are synced to a folder in Google Docs, which you can access and edit if you've got an active account.



    i'm a big linux fanboy, but i just don't get the need for chrome in linux. feels like those folks who trick their KDE or Gnome out with a windows or mac theme....

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