At the moment, Chromium in Raspbian Buster is version 74. Not far behind the latest Chrome 77. But some websites do not recognize the browser because Chromium announces itself as 'chromium' instead of 'chrome'. So those sites assume it's some incapable browser and prevents the user from using it. Very annoying.
Fortunately there is an easy fix. I installed ...
NOTE this is an interim copy of some notes I am writing and is still incomplete.
There are many questions on this site asking how to backup a Raspberry Pi.
The most important thing is to actually perform backups, and the faster and easier the process the better.
I have used the following 4 methods (although there are others)
1. Create a **disk image**
Raspbian on Raspberry Pi 4 uses ARMv7 binaries while Pi Zero uses ARMv6hf. You can easily use ARMv6hf binaries on ARMv7 CPUs but not the other way around. So build your libraries on your target platform or use cross compilation.
Have you followed the installation manual (http://wiki.ros.org/kinetic/Installation/Debian). For me it looks like you either never updated your sources list or you did it but never updated your package index.
You have to:
Setup your sources.list (sudo sh -c 'echo "deb http://packages.ros.org/ros/ubuntu $(lsb_release -sc) main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/...
Yup it is down in ireland (not the server though, theres just some missing files).
Other people are having issues, including me;
Edit: You can change the apt source/ repo by and fix this issue by:
$ sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list
Then you edit the first line by adding a # at the ...