Google has announced the release of a new update to Google Chrome in the Beta channel. Google Chrome 5.0.372.0 Beta has been pushed for Linux users ahead of the Windows and Mac builds in order to address an SSL issue.
When you install Google Chrome in Ubuntu, it automatically adds a repository which keeps you updated with the latest versions of Google Chrome.
But this Google Chrome repository makes "apt-get update" very very slow and it takes up to 2 minutes to finish.
User scripts (or Greasemonkey scripts) work for quite some time in Google Chrome. From my experience, please note that scripts which have an "@require" paramater (which 'requires' some external files in the script such as jQuery, etc) - do not work. That being said, let's use some Greasemonkey scripts in Chrome & Linux (I've tested it on Ubuntu).
Dependency is not satisfiable: libnss3-1d
In case you don't know: Chromium is the open-source project behind Google Chrome so do not mix them.
If you wish, you can install Chromium 64bit instead of Google Chrome:
* The amd64 package is no longer using ia32-libs. It contains *native* 64bit debs.
If a lack of third-party plug-in support (i.e. Flash) kept you from trying out Chrome on your Linux system, then avoid no longer. The "early developer version" now supports many plug-ins, and they seem to work pretty well.
Chromium is the open-source project behind Google Chrome so do not mix them.