Friday, February 26, 2010

Mac/Linux Beta Update: Fix package dependencies


The Google Chrome Beta channel for Mac and Linux has been updated to 5.0.307.11 to fix a few more issues:
  • [Linux] Fixed the dependency problem that caused extra packages to get pulled in for installing Google Chrome. (Issue 35639)
  • [Mac, Linux] Fixed an issue where an error resolving a proxy server would not try a direct connection. (Issue 32316)
  • [Mac, Linux] Fixed an extensions bug that could crash the entire browser. (Issue 34778)
  • [Mac, Linux] Fixed an issue in the cross-site scripting auditor that could prevent Google translate from working on sites. (Issue 33115)

--Mark Larson, Google Chrome Team

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22 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Still no Windows Beta update?

1:05 AM, February 27, 2010  
Blogger ahmed said...

why no Windows Beta update ?

4:30 AM, February 27, 2010  
Blogger Michel En La Red said...

Y que hacen en Window$? no comprendo...
http://spedr.com/4huok

9:00 AM, February 27, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What are you talking about? Why should there be a Windows beta release already - Chrome 5 is going to be released in May or later and there's no point to have a beta release just yet.

12:24 PM, February 27, 2010  
Blogger Jason said...

I noticed my Chrome (on WinXP) has been updated recently. I thought I was running the beta but it says I'm running 4.1.249.1017 unknown (39874). I can't find details for 4.1.249.1017 in the Release Notes blog.

1:40 PM, February 27, 2010  
Blogger Rob said...

Sweet, I've been hanging out for this update, no way I was installing the additional ~32 programs the last update wanted.

Cheers.

8:04 PM, February 27, 2010  
Blogger jacpra said...

They say that updates run automatically
Have here Linux Google chrome
version 4.0.249.43
the latest version should be 5.0.307.11 ???

How to do it?

Thanks
jackson

5:36 AM, February 28, 2010  
Blogger jacpra said...

Any help is appreciated

7:25 AM, February 28, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

@d2kx
What am I talking about?
These are Beta updates for Mac and Linux. They are on Version 5 for a month already. And there hasn't been any Beta update for Windows for well over a month. Though Stable Channel got updated and is on par with the Beta channel-weird.
Am I missing something? And are you talking about the Stable channel getting updated to 5 in May?

7:35 AM, February 28, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

@ jacpra
Go to About Google Chrome, let it check for updates, and click on update now when asked.

7:36 AM, February 28, 2010  
Blogger Brandyn White said...

Great job guys, thank you for listening to our comments about the dependencies.

8:00 AM, February 28, 2010  
Blogger Wes said...

Noticed last night (27 Feb) that several of my bookmarked websites will load, then change to a blank screen. This just started happening. Could this related to this update? OS is Linux Ubuntu 9.10.

11:22 AM, February 28, 2010  
Blogger Wes said...

Never mind. Resolved itself.

12:12 PM, February 28, 2010  
Blogger Fabio_Rulez said...

IMPORTANT NOTE: chrome beta was updated to 4.1 but this blog did not report that upgrade. you should see some new features like the native translator.

Regards.

1:10 PM, February 28, 2010  
Blogger Fabio_Rulez said...

i was talking about chrome beta for windows. :)

1:11 PM, February 28, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mine didn't. @above

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3:05 AM, March 04, 2010  
Blogger luckypablo said...

What about a Windows Media Plugin?

9:55 PM, March 04, 2010  
Blogger eisensten said...

Chrome fuer Suse 11.2 64 bit laesst sich wegen fehlender Dateien nicht installieren.

11:39 PM, March 06, 2010  
Blogger Jérôme said...

Any plan and date to support Gears on Chrome Linux? This is really a must to make it our favorite and productive browser on Linux! Thanks for the work so far!

1:48 AM, March 10, 2010  
Blogger Rajesh Shenoy said...

Anyone knows when Linux stable build will be released? Why is it still in beta? Thanks.

5:15 AM, March 10, 2010  
Blogger 張旭 said...

The Chrome of this version (5.0.307.11) has some issues with "feedly" and "Gmail checker plus" extensions in Ubuntu x86_64.
I just couldn't login by using feedly extension with Chrome in Ubuntu.

and my font type setup like "LiHei Pro" just not works at plurk.com ot google news in Chinese.

11:09 PM, March 13, 2010  

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