Chromium

An open-source browser on which Google’s Chrome browser is based. Its relatively lightweight memory usage makes Chromium a good choice for the Pi.

To install open LX Terminal and type:


sudo apt-get install chromium-browser
Running chromium in kiosk mode

http://lokir.wordpress.com/2012/09/16/raspberry-pi-kiosk-mode-with-chromium/


chromium --kiosk --incognito http://google.com

To exit Kiosk mode: ATL+F4

​Openening In App Mode

No toolbar, buttons etc


chromium --app=http://google.com

Opening Maximized

In theory the this special undocumented option should work:


-start-maximized

But in our tests using it on the command line and by adding it to the CHROMIUM_FLAGS by editing this file has no effect:


sudo nano /etc/chromium/default

 

 

Midori

Open A Page In Fullscreen Mode

midori -e Fullscreen -a http://google.com

To exit fullscreen mode: F11

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