Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Chrome OS Beta Channel Update

The Chrome OS Beta channel has been updated to the latest R10 release 0.10.156.54 including Chrome update (10.0.648.151) and trackpad dead zone width adjustment.

Full details of the Chrome 10 beta update is available in the blogpost. If you find new issues, please let us know by visiting our help site or filing a bug.


Josafat Garcia
Google Chrome

8 comments:

Andrew said...

Thanks Josafat!!

Yogesh said...

cool ! well done :)

Vince said...

chrome is awesome.
thanks for the updates.
please bring back the old logo!!
so much better than this one, imo. =S

William said...

Why is there a delay of several days
for posting this info?
Also,please post the Dev channel too.
The beta channel is too boring for me.

Avinash Agrawal said...

How do I upgrade to this ? It keeps me on Chrome OS
0.9.130.14 and says "Chrome OS is up to date"?

Channel
WARNING The development channel is where ideas get tested, but can be very unstable at times. Please proceed with caution.

Chrome OS
0.9.130.14 (Official Build ce79fb21) beta x86-mario
Google Chrome
8.0.552.344
WebKit
534.10
V8
2.4.9.13
User Agent
Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; CrOS i686 0.9.130; en-US) AppleWebKit/534.10 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/8.0.552.344 Safari/534.10
Command Line
/opt/google/chrome/chrome --login-manager --enable-gview --log-level=1 --enable-logging --disable-seccomp-sandbox --no-first-run --user-data-dir=/home/chronos --login-profile=user --in-chrome-auth --apps-gallery-title=Web Store --apps-gallery-url=https://chrome.google.com/webstore/ --enable-login-images --enable-tabbed-options --disable-domui-menu --scroll-pixels=4 --compress-sys-feedback --register-pepper-plugins=libpepflashplayer.so#Shockwave Flash#Shockwave Flash 10.1 r103;application/x-shockwave-flash --flag-switches-begin --flag-switches-end --flag-switches-begin --flag-switches-end
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Google Chrome is made possible by the Chromium open source project and other open source software.
Chrome OS is up to date

reality of a lucid dream said...

Are you connected to Wi-Fi? That might be the issue because I find that I can't update when I'm on 3G.

James said...

I've been using chrome in fedora for about six months now, and until a few weeks ago, I've loved it. Google has been great in supporting the user to do what they want with the software on their own computer... until now.

Some dbags decided to take away my right to run chrome as root. Words do not expressed how pissed off I am about this.

I've been running unstable when this first came up, but no patch has been released into a build, and now some dbag decided to push this into beta.

GIVE ME BACK MY RIGHT TO RUN WHATEVER I WANT AS ROOT!!

Kurtextrem said...

@All please report the problem there: http://code.google.com/p/chromium-os/issues/entry