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OS: Ubuntu 13.10 dual booting windows 8.1 (both 64 bit)

So I have downloaded chrome from the chrome download website, and when i double click to open it, it opens up software center, and it says dependencies not satisfiable: libxss1.

I don't know what to do, I am pretty much a linux newbie, since I just managed to get it to dual-boot today. Any Help?

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13.10 is deprecated. Why not upgrade to 15.04 ..? – reversiblean Mar 4 at 7:28
@reversiblean you do realize that this question was posted three years ago right? – Andre Mar 4 at 11:04
oops no. my mistake :) – reversiblean Mar 4 at 11:45

So as you mentioned you have downloaded the .deb file you can install it from terminal.

Method 1:

  sudo dpkg -i <your/file/path/to/debfile>.deb

If you facing the dependencies issue then

sudo apt-get install -f

can help you & then try again with 1st command.

Method 2:

as Ubuntu have one more wonderful package which can take care of dependencies automatically named as gdebi. to install it

sudo apt-get install gdebi

Then simply

sudo gdebi <filename>.deb

If any thing else to do with dependencies , gdebi will take care of them.

Hope that helps.

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All of those options didn't fix the error – Andre Dec 2 '13 at 11:29
What's the error you still getting. – Raja Dec 2 '13 at 12:20
I am doing a fresh reinstall on ext4, but what it says was that it couldn't find gdebi – Andre Dec 3 '13 at 16:02

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