I have a script on a Raspberry Pi 2 that launch a webpage on Epiphany at startup and sometimes the progress bar get stuck at 90% approximately and doesn't show the entire webpage.

¿How can I detect this behavior to do something about it? I know how to refresh the screen but, how can I detect that the progress bar was not complete after 60 seconds, by example, to refresh the page?


just use Chromium (if that's doable, of course)

sudo apt-get install -y rpi-chromium-mods
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    I need to customize the browser error page. I think on Chromium is not as easy as on Epiphany. I just had to edit a HTML file, I think on Chromium I need to decompile edit some files and then compile again. Am I wrong?
    – Rodrick
    Jan 30 '17 at 13:09
  • I want to hide the URL from the browser error page when there is no internet conecction. Is that possible on Chromium?
    – Rodrick
    Jan 30 '17 at 15:21

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