Thursday, April 21, 2011

Chrome OS Beta Channel Update

The Chrome OS Beta channel has been updated to the latest R11 release 0.11.257.91 including Chrome update (11.0.696.54).

If you find new issues, please let us know by visiting our help site or filing a bug.

Orit Mazor
Google Chrome

7 comments:

werdlum said...

What was fixed?

Lanel said...

What's different/ changed? (besides the browser #)

and Thanks very much. :]

Jeff said...

This update has caused internet to slow down to a crawl on my cr-48. I can't even stream audio from Pandora.com or iheartradio.com/mediaplayer without hiccups; I have a 12mbps connection.

Steven said...

CR-48 pilot beta testers really really need a way to see what was fixed in the latest releases and current bugs so that we can test what was fixed and not report current know bugs.

Henson Sturgill said...
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Henson Sturgill said...

Whops.

So, I *think* that the Mario -- Chrome OS -- builds live inside the Chromium OS projects, but I'm not that great (yet) and browsing source. You can, however, see a broad overview of what's going on under Chromium OS here: http://goo.gl/koUlg

For anything that's been updated for the last couple days, click Summary to see a list of commits (or changes). These will describe what's been fixed and include a URL linking to code, bug reports, etc. The Chromium.git section, which covers the browser, is the beefiest.

There is a bug tracker for Chromium OS, which you can search. And like Steven was saying, it's probably best to check before submitting a bug. The tracker is here:
http://goo.gl/hki6U

Hope this helps! And if anyone knows of a better way to track changes, please post.

John said...

So, will we see the flash drive and sd card issue fixed soon? Also, what about the glitches where flash doesn't want to load too well on a Chrome Notebook? I'm still having a lot of trouble with that.