Thursday, March 17, 2011

Stable and Beta Channel Updates


The Chrome Stable and Beta channels have been updated to 10.0.648.151 for Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome Frame.  This release blacklists a small number of HTTPS certificates.  If you find new issues, please let us know by filing a bug. Want to change to another Chrome release channel? Find out how.
 
Jason Kersey
Google Chrome

19 comments:

HEK said...

This 'stable' version keeps crashing, constantly. It started with the 10.x releases. Not a single version that worked for me.

Manish said...

Could you publish the list of HTTPS Certificates which have been blacklisted, may be some later after this image has been pushed to majority of clients?

ilev said...

@HEK

Not a single problem with any Chrome beta on a XP SP3.Never crashed on me.

yummer said...

There is quite often no date against these updates on the blog - just a time. The date can be quite useful - any chance this could be fixed?

HEK said...

@ilev

I filed bug #76581 on this issue, with some attachments files.

ric davis said...

@yummer

If there's no date for a particular entry, that means there's a later entry on that same date, so just look up the blog until you see a date.

g said...

I don't know if other people restart their browser so often that they don't notice it, but the stable channel seems like it updates every day now and nobody seems to mention it. What's going on?

booniffle said...

@Manish:
http://hg.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/rev/f6215eef2276
http://hg.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/rev/55f344578932

Thomas A said...

... the 10.0.648.151 update made chrome (on ubuntu 9.10) unusable for me. It keeps crashing ALL the time with no recognizable pattern ... Sad stuff.

barnpiece said...

Still getting the Shockwave Flash plugin crash!!

lekensteyn said...

The relevant certificate fingerprints (the testing one is omitted):
04 7e cb e9 fc a5 5f 7b d0 9e ae 36 e1 0c ae 1e
39 2a 43 4f 0e 07 df 1f 8a a3 05 de 34 e0 c2 29
3e 75 ce d4 6b 69 30 21 21 88 30 ae 86 a8 2a 71
92 39 d5 34 8f 40 d1 69 5a 74 54 70 e1 f2 3f 43
b0 b7 13 3e d0 96 f9 b5 6f ae 91 c8 74 bd 3a c0
d7 55 8f da f5 f1 10 5b b2 13 28 2b 70 77 29 a3
d8 f3 5f 4e b7 87 2b 2d ab 06 92 e3 15 38 2f b0
e9 02 8b 95 78 e4 15 dc 1a 71 0a 2b 88 15 44 47
f5 c8 6a f3 61 62 f1 3a 64 f5 4f 6d c9 58 7c 06

Sources:
http://src.chromium.org/viewvc/chrome/branches/648/src/net/base/x509_certificate.cc?r1=78752&r2=72321&sortby=date
http://hg.mozilla.org/releases/mozilla-2.0/rev/afbc0b4fd618

Paul Hoffman said...

With respect to the bad SSL certificates, none of the links say *why* those certs are listed as bad. Is this discussed somewhere?

Cristian said...

Some pages reload all the time :-(

EvilWorld said...

i have many problems with the flash player and i had to switch to chrome dev

Mesca Vlad said...

please try to make a chrome for x64 platforms. in w7 " chrome.exe *32 "

Life Bringer said...

Default implementation of libdlo (display link)for Motorola Atrix type capabilities would be much appreciated.

Henry said...

Very unstable... wasn't this tested before releasing.

George said...

The love is going to an end :-(

I love Google Chrome, I have the Stable release and the Dev release, and unfortunately the stable release started to have problems, try the slideshow in the website html5 rocks and the problems will be noticeable on the spot.

Who knows, maybe my graphics drivers are no good, but I have not turned on any acceleration in the Stable release of Chrome 10.

From a perfect browser to a browser that is starting to become slower and started gaining bugs; wow, you cannot even copy and paste to it using the Windows 7 pen gestures.

James said...

Give me back my right to run chrome as root.