Package Details: google-chrome 58.0.3029.110-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/google-chrome.git (read-only)
Package Base: google-chrome
Description: An attempt at creating a safer, faster, and more stable browser (Stable Channel)
Upstream URL: https://www.google.com/chrome
Licenses: custom:chrome
Submitter: None
Maintainer: Det
Last Packager: Det
Votes: 1531
Popularity: 30.258034
First Submitted: 2010-05-25 20:25
Last Updated: 2017-05-09 21:51

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Required by (17)

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Det commented on 2016-03-09 05:01

✔ NOTE: If the md5sums don't match, don't post the makepkg output. Simply flag the package.

You can check for new Linux releases in: http://googlechromereleases.blogspot.com/search/label/Stable%20updates, or use:
$ curl -s https://dl.google.com/linux/chrome/rpm/stable/x86_64/repodata/other.xml.gz | gzip -df | awk -F\" '/pkgid/{ sub(".*-","",$4); print $4": "$10 }'

Det commented on 2016-03-02 20:53

✔ OBS: 32-bit support for Google Chrome Stable Channel has been dropped as well. Either upgrade to 64-bit, or stick to [extra]/chromium, which will continue to be updated:

- http://linux.slashdot.org/story/15/12/01/1524259/google-to-drop-chrome-support-for-32-bit-linux

Latest Comments

Det commented on 2017-05-25 07:50

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Arch_User_Repository#Prerequisites

Cicero commented on 2017-05-25 00:31

Please add fakeroot as dependency.

Skycoder42 commented on 2017-05-09 21:20

Please add libunity as optional dependency. It is required to show a progress when downloading files with KDE. Since Plasma 5.6 the unity launcher API is supported and thus works with KDE.

https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/libunity/

Det commented on 2017-04-24 15:10

Optdep'd.

shsina commented on 2017-04-24 10:34

You should add xdg-utils to deps like chromium.

ppc52776 commented on 2017-04-21 01:54

if you have CompositorTileW problem, try to increase the font size by ctrl + '+'
[ 1402.814324] CompositorTileW[6608]: segfault at 39 ip 00005609d8ce6af0 sp 00007f2ec1f19068 error 6 in chrome[5609d81ba000+6a81000]
[ 1424.090013] CompositorTileW[6989]: segfault at 39 ip 00005609d8ce6af0 sp 00007f2ec1718068 error 6 in chrome[5609d81ba000+6a81000]
[ 1494.299058] CompositorTileW[7361]: segfault at 39 ip 00005609d8ce6af0 sp 00007f2ec1718068 error 6 in chrome[5609d81ba000+6a81000]
[ 1494.319679] CompositorTileW[7360]: segfault at 90 ip 00005609d8cf1c80 sp 00007f2ec1f19130 error 4 in chrome[5609d81ba000+6a81000]
[ 1503.438023] CompositorTileW[7405]: segfault at 90 ip 00005609d8cf1c80 sp 00007f2ec1f191c0 error 4 in chrome[5609d81ba000+6a81000]
[ 1782.250281] CompositorTileW[7798]: segfault at 39 ip 00005609d8ce6af0 sp 00007f2ec1717fd8 error 6 in chrome[5609d81ba000+6a81000]
[ 1787.740639] CompositorTileW[7894]: segfault at 39 ip 00005609d8ce6af0 sp 00007f2ec1718068 error 6 in chrome[5609d81ba000+6a81000]

Det commented on 2017-04-07 12:10

I dunno? Rename your settings dirs (~/.cache/google-chrome/, ~/.config/google-chrome/), start in incognito, swap between the /usr/bin launcher and the one from /opt/google/chrome/ directly, extract the .deb and put the extension there, or try copying *all* the contents to /opt/google/chrome/, use "--enable-logging --v=1" (https://www.chromium.org/for-testers/enable-logging), etc.

DescartesHorse commented on 2017-04-07 11:48

@Det - yeah, it does work on other distro's like this. I dropped it in on a fresh Ubuntu with fresh Google Chrome installed, into /opt/google/chrome/extensions, and as soon as I opened up Chrome it appeared :( Went through that FAQ, and still in the same position. Any other ideas as to what may be going on, or how I can dig deeper to see where Chrome may be looking?

Det commented on 2017-03-31 07:03

Easy way to check is for example to put an "exit" on line 51 and go to the pkg/opt/google/chrome/cron/ directory yourself (or Ctrl+C anytime after extraction and before that line): https://aur.archlinux.org/cgit/aur.git/tree/PKGBUILD?h=google-chrome#n51

It basically seems to create and re-enable the Chrome repo for Debian/Ubuntu, which we don't need, since we don't have APT.

evilrob commented on 2017-03-31 03:09

Please excuse my noob question, but I'm trying to understand all these PKGBUILD files that I'm supposed to audit before letting them loose on my system. ;) What is the purpose of the Debian Cron jobs that Google has in their deb, and why are they removed in the PKGBUILD file?

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