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ESET Endpoint AV issues with GPU shaders on Ubuntu Chrome

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I've started using ESET Endpoint Antivirus, and it seems to be causing some issues with GPU use in Chrome.

I don't yet have a simple process to reproduce, but using Chrome with ESET enabled is breaking GPU shaders for various web apps.

For example, using Google Meet ( https://meet.google.com/ ) the visual effects don't work, and I see the error "WebGL: INVALID_OPERATION: useProgram: program not valid" on the console.

If I uninstall ESET AV that resolves the issue.


  • Endpoint Antivirus
  • Chrome 114.0.5735.133 (64 bit)
  • OS: Ubuntu 22.04 (all updates installed)
  • Video drivers: nvidia-driver-530
  • Devaice: HP Probook

Any suggestions on how I can resolve this?

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The issue may be device or driver specific judging from that we haven't been reported it yet neither via support channels nor here in this forum. Please raise a support ticket.

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