Google Chrome 220.127.116.11 Released â€“ openSUSE Fedora RPM â€“ True 64-Bit Support
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Call for Help: Please someone test the 64-Bit version as this is the first that will not be linked to the 32-Bit libraries. I do not have access to a 64-Bit machine, and need to verify what libraries it’s trying to call, so I can make sure they are linked right in the RPM’s form here on out. Thank you for the help ahead of time, and looking forward to giving a nice solid 64-Bit release
The newest release of the Chrome Unstable browser is upon us..
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Here is a quick Change Log:
[r23666, r23790, r23988] Fix some hangs/crashes. (Issue: 16512, 16871, 18217, 18521, 19710, 19860)
[r23668] Fix hang with video and audio tags. (Issue: 19276)
[r23670] When SafeBrowsing alerts for a page, don't allow that page to redirect until after the user has dealt with the alert. (Issue: 6442)
[r23754, r23937] Prevent time/slider from jumping around during and after seeking in video and audio tag content. (Issue: 19396)
[r23859] Reduce Omnibox flicker. (Issue: 18369)
[r23965] Unicode text could sometimes produce garbled Omnibox dropdown entries. (Issue: 5490)
[r23967] Fix problems with plugin z-order. (Issue: 15840)
[r24033] Fix a crash on Windows and Linux. (Issue: 17569)
[r24151] Fix regression (since Chrome 18.104.22.168) where some gzipped files (e.g. script) were not unzipped before evaluation, making them unusable. (Issue: 16430)
[r24170] Faster startup with custom themes. (Issue: 18768)
[r24179] Graphical errors with some themes. (Issue: 20139)
[r24189] Problems with video/audio tag playback and looping at rates other than 1.0. (Issues: 19856, 19105)
[r24192] Properly align cursors used for middle-mouse-autoscroll with the original click location. (Issue: 6173)
Chrome for Linux is now truly 64 bit.
[r23696, r23737, r23768, r23815, r23846, r23930, r23944, r24034, r24040, r24191, r24207] Crash fixes. (Issues: 10911, 17549, 18686, 18866, 18907, 18957, 19552, 19670, 19788, 19915, 19971, 19994)
[r23828] Make inactive titlebar legible. (Issue: 18856)
[r23834] Ctrl-C does nothing in Omnibox. (Issue: 19648)
[r23760] Default to not using custom frame under Fluxbox. (Issue: 19130)
[r23757, r23827, r23998, r24010] Add some missing pieces of UI. (Issue: 11507, 13524, 17251, 19290)
[r23879, r24001] Fix small graphical issues with the find bar. (Issue: 19726, 19811)
[r23899, r24149] Fix issues with tab titles and their tooltips. (Issue: 19741, 19754)
[r24210] Cookie manager polish. (Issue: 17919)
[r24000] Allow users to delete entries from autocomplete suggestion lists. (Issue: 19664)
[r23675] Fix some issues around re-enabling disabled extensions. (Issue: 12140)
[r23676] Async extension callbacks now always fire and set chrome.extension.lastError on error. (Issue: 17381)
[r23739] Beginnings of localization support. (Issue: 12131)
[r24223] Unconditionally enable HTML5 Database and Local Storage support for chrome-extension:// pages. (Issue: 19511)
[r24231] Crash fix. (Issue: 15888)
WebInspector's Elements Panel is blank for some sites. (Issue: 19850)
Control key misbehaves in omnibox on Linux (Issue: 20166)
Chrome for Linux not fully themed with GTK+ theming.
Moving a tab in Chrome 64 bit for Linux always detaches the tab. (Issue 20513)
The files are located here:
You can install using:
sudo rpm -Uvh http://www.benkevan.com/upload/software/openSUSE/google-chrome-unstable-22.214.171.124-1.x86_64.rpm
sudo rpm -Uvh http://www.benkevan.com/upload/software/openSUSE/google-chrome-unstable-126.96.36.199-1.i386.rpm
Note: If you get dependency errors please add
Due to popular demand I’ve included the symlinks in the build of the rpm package (I’ve tested the 32-bit but not the 64 bit).
If the above rpm installs, but does not run because of a missing library please let me know what libraries it says it’s missing (this is very key with the 64-Bit build).
Also within this build I did a post script to include PARTIAL flash support (assuming your flash is installed as /usr/lib/browser-plugins/libflashplayer.so) If you have other locations please let me know, and I can change this and look for the file prior to linking it, but too lazy for now).
You can start google chrome with flash support using:
Again please test the 64-Bit and let me know what libraries it’s trying to link too.. Someone with a base build of the 64-Bit Install would be great (also someone with only KDE 4 installed, that’d be great to see if it’s requiring some GTK libraries.. Damn, I really need me a 64-Bit machine..