google-chrome (38.0+) stable

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google-chrome (38.0+) stable

Post#1 by bdheeman » 16 Oct 2014, 16:01

Please test http://bdheeman.ddns.net/pub/SlackBuild ... ome.tar.xz also; it should/will auto-magically download and build latest stable release of google-chrome, for both the (i486 and x86_64) architectures ;)

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Re: google-chrome (38.0+) stable

Post#2 by bshogeman » 13 Mar 2015, 14:16

Tnx works perfectly. Only the print module is required then running chrome with this package. But that is not really a problem. The image is only 70Mb bigger..

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Re: google-chrome (38.0+) stable

Post#3 by bdheeman » 19 Apr 2015, 11:57

The new site/location is http://ebba.ddns.net/pub/SlackBuilds/go ... ome.tar.xz and latest version is '42.0.2311.90' which will/can be updated auto-magically ;-)
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