I wonder whether, as a workaround, the snap wrapper that launches
chromium could detect whether the password-manager-service interface is
connected, and if not add the --password-store=basic command-line

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  [snap] chromium won't start after logging in to google account

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Bug description:
  (issue initially reported on the forum: https://forum.snapcraft.io/t

  $ snap info core chromium | egrep "name|installed"
  name:      core
  installed:   16-2.32.3                (4407) 90MB core
  name:      chromium
  installed:   65.0.3325.181 (274)  144MB -

  Steps to reproduce:
  1) Install the chromium snap: snap install chromium
  2) Launch it: /snap/bin/chromium
  3) Click the account button on the right side of the tabs bar, and log into a 
google account
  4) Close the browser window
  5) Launch chromium again

  Expected result: chromium launches, a window is shown and the user is
  logged into their google account

  Current result: the executable seemingly hangs, no window is shown

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