clay at claydoh.com
Fri Apr 26 16:50:10 UTC 2013
Sarunas Burdulis <sarunas at math.dartmouth.edu> wrote:
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>On 04/26/2013 10:38 AM, Christer Wickman wrote:
>> I went to Google Chrome homepage and downloaded the deb file from
>> them. And click on it. But it tells me that the is missing the right
>> to install. I even tested an older version of it. But the result was
>> the same.
>Not sure what's wrong with whatever app is launching when you click on
>downloaded file, but you can open Terminal/Konsole, cd to where the
>downloaded .deb is try running "sudo dpkg -i ...", for example:
>sudo dpkg -i google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb
>You may end up with missing dependencies. Then run
>sudo apt-get -f install
>which should pull missing packages. On 13.04 you may also need point 5
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I'd go with Scott's advice. Google's chrome package is broken for 13.04, and they need to fix it. It is a known issue iirc. You might find a "fixed" package out there, but is that safe and secure?
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