Google Chrome 37 Dev, a browser built on the Blink layout engine that aims to be minimalistic and versatile at the same time, has been released and is now available for testing. The Google developers have launched a new version of their Chrome browser, but this time it is just the development version, which is not usually suited for everyday use.
Which states that Chrome has stopped supporting Java in Linux. I tried adding a symbolic link in the /opt/google/chrome/plugins path to libnpjp2.so, but chrome does not seem to recognise that any plugin is added.
Clean install of Fedora 18. I installed google-chrome-stable-24.0.1312.52-175374.x86_64 and whenever I launch google-chrome it restarts my X session and takes me back to KDM. I tried using unstable which doesn't immediately happen like stable, but will after a certain amount of time. I checked .xsession-errors - but nothing glaring out.
Google Chrome, a browser built on the WebKit layout engine that aims to be minimalistic and versatile at the same time, is now at version 26.0.1397.2.The dev version of Google Chrome is now out for Linux users, and it’s one of the biggest releases so far, at least in the dev branch.
I am unable to start Google-Chrome latest stable version on SLES 11 SP3 OS. I am getting below dependency errors. Even I tried to install older version Chrome, which returns "SEGMENTATION FAULT" error while start the broser.
Google Chrome 35 Dev, a browser built on the Blink layout engine that aims to be minimalistic and versatile at the same time, has been released and it’s now ready for testing. A new version in the Development branch of Google Chrome has been released, bringing a large number of fixes and new features.
The new beta version of rising star in web browser, Google Chrome for Linux is available. Even still in Beta version, the 5.307.11 Linux version comes with some improvements. Here are some What’s new on this release:
Automatic translations and greater control over content for privacy.
The Google Chrome development branch, a browser built on the Blink layout engine that aims to be minimalistic and versatile at the same time, has just advanced to version 36 and is now ready for testing. Google developers have pushed a new build of their Chrome browser out the door and have increased the version number again, this time to 36.