Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Dev Channel Update for Chrome OS

The Dev channel has been updated to 71.0.3558.0 (Platform version: 11097.0.0) for most Chrome OS devices. This build contains a number of bug fixes, security updates and feature enhancements.   A list of changes can be found here.

If you find new issues, please let us know by visiting our forum or filing a bug. Interested in switching channels? Find out how. You can submit feedback using ‘Report an issue...’ in the Chrome menu (3 vertical dots in the upper right corner of the browser).

Kevin Bleicher
Google Chrome

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Blogger Mace said...

Unable to start the Linux VM at all with this release.

crosh> vmc list
Total Size (bytes): 9352753152
crosh> vmc start termina
Unable to start VM

Tried multiple system restarts, no change. Another major regression. Is there any basic functionality testing for the dev channel before pushing a release?

6:09 PM, September 25, 2018  
Blogger Stéphane Gauvin said...

Same thing for me!

3:20 AM, September 26, 2018  
Blogger Unknown said...

Same here :\

8:19 AM, September 26, 2018  
Blogger Earl said...

Can't start Termina either

3:52 PM, September 26, 2018  
Blogger Sandy Bryant said...

Can't run any Linux program, either from the command line or Task Bar. Termina does open from Crosh, and the Terminal icon on the Task Bar opens, but cannot run a Linux program.

8:11 PM, September 26, 2018  
Blogger Mace said...

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2:32 AM, September 27, 2018  
Blogger Mace said...

Bug and workaround:


To cold boot (hard reset),

1. Turn off your Chromebook
2. Press Refresh Refresh + Power

The Refresh key is above the number 4 (open circle with an arrow).

2:35 AM, September 27, 2018  
Blogger Michael Rupert said...

Same for me. It is useless until I get a build that works.

7:53 AM, September 30, 2018  
Blogger Unknown said...

It seems that many elements are very glitchy (visually), take for instance this site, which has an ad that is completely broken when adblock is enabled. Also, the new tab page and a few scrollbars seem to be glitchy too. Lucky its not actually affecting things too much. But what is annoying is the app drawer menu. It is extremely slow and laggy, like as if something is being logged every time it draws the menu on screen or something. Its impossible to use unless youre patient enough. >8~( But at least right clicking icons doesnt crash 8~)

5:39 PM, October 01, 2018  
Blogger Draeden Miller said...

Trying to enable debugging feature, i get a "something went wrong, debugging features have not been fully enabled on this chrome device." error

7:44 AM, October 03, 2018  

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