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chromium: 85.0.4183.121 -> 86.0.4240.75 #99975
@thefloweringash this one should be especially interesting to test on AArch64 due to the switch to LLVM 11 (no final release yet, currently at RC 6). Hope this won't cause any issues...
Note to self: I'll likely have to change the implementation of
https://chromereleases.googleblog.com/2020/10/stable-channel-update-for-desktop.html This update includes 35 security fixes. CVEs: CVE-2020-15967 CVE-2020-15968 CVE-2020-15969 CVE-2020-15970 CVE-2020-15971 CVE-2020-15972 CVE-2020-15990 CVE-2020-15991 CVE-2020-15973 CVE-2020-15974 CVE-2020-15975 CVE-2020-15976 CVE-2020-6557 CVE-2020-15977 CVE-2020-15978 CVE-2020-15979 CVE-2020-15980 CVE-2020-15981 CVE-2020-15982 CVE-2020-15983 CVE-2020-15984 CVE-2020-15985 CVE-2020-15986 CVE-2020-15987 CVE-2020-15992 CVE-2020-15988 CVE-2020-15989
This will additionally install the following files: libEGL.so libGLESv2.so libVkICD_mock_icd.so libvk_swiftshader.so libvulkan.so libEGL.so and libGLESv2.so are required to fix our ANGLE support. The rest should help with the Vulkan support (currently an experimental feature that is disabled by default).
Ok, so according to CI AArch64 should likely be fine.
M86 has (AFAIK unintentionally) enabled VA-API by default (edit: we might actually be fine due to
@TredwellGit thanks again for the ANGLE patch and for your testing :)