IronCefSubprocess is a small binary file deployed with IronPDF's Chrome renderer that allows true multi-process multi-threading. It is an integral and non-optional part of the Chromium browser's architecture.
IronCefSubprocess is often located at
Fixing Execute Permission to IronCefSubprocess
- chmod: changing permissions of 'IronCefSubprocess': Operation not permitted
An uncommon but frustrating error is if IronCefSubprocess is not executable. This is a file permissions issue that may have to be manually resolved in rare cases, particularly on higher security Linux distributions.
Browse to IronCefSubprocess in Explorer as an Administrator. Right click and give the .NET Runtime permissions to Read and Execute manually.
MacOS and Linux
You can use shell command such as chmod and chown or setfacl to change permissions to IronCefSubprocess.
Which user profile does .NET use to execute IronCefSubprocess?
- The user profile which .NET Runtime uses to execute code can be discovered using the .NET System.Environment.UserName property.
- The .NET runtime's user name will also be reported in any Exception messages thrown by IronPDF relating to this issue.
Fixing A Missing IronCefSubprocess File
In the case of a missing IronCefSubprocess file.
Ensure you have added NuGet references to the IronPdf.Native.Chrome packages for your target platform.
Common references are:
Next, rebuild your Visual Studio solution, and publish your project for the correct deployment platform (AKA RuntimeIdentifier).