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I used to use google chrome as default browser. One day I tried to use Google Cast extension to send my browser screen to chromecast, but I realized that my Chrome version was old. So I downloaded the debian package from google web site, but I ran on a dependency failure:

$ sudo dpkg -i /home/plinio/Downloads/google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb 
    (Reading database ... 195156 files and directories currently installed.)
    Preparing to replace google-chrome-stable 35.0.1916.114-1 (using .../google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb) ...
    Unpacking replacement google-chrome-stable ...
    dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of google-chrome-stable:
     google-chrome-stable depends on libnss3 (>= 3.14.3); however:
      Version of libnss3 on system is 3.14.1-0ckbi1.93ubuntu.0.12.04.1.
    dpkg: error processing google-chrome-stable (--install):
     dependency problems - leaving unconfigured
    Processing triggers for man-db ...
    Processing triggers for desktop-file-utils ...
    Processing triggers for bamfdaemon ...
    Rebuilding /usr/share/applications/bamf.index...
    Processing triggers for gnome-menus ...
    Errors were encountered while processing:
     google-chrome-stable

How to solve it? I had no success with Synaptc and Ubuntu Software Center as well.

[EDIT]

I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 LTE

[EDIT2]

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Ubuntu 12.04LTS should have libnss3 3.15.4-0ubuntu0.12.04.2 available - do you get any errors after running sudo apt-get install libnss3, and if not, does chrome install OK afterwards? –  rocketman10404 Jun 3 at 20:55
    
@rocketman10404 It says libnss3 is already the newest version. After that, the issue remains. –  Plinio.Santos Jun 3 at 20:56
    
So I entered apt-get remove libnss3. After saw outputs saying that a lot of packages were being removed, including network manager, I was wondering if that was a good idea. At least I could get chrome working. Hope I will get network back either =) So, others who are reading it, you must not remove that package. Solve it in another way. –  Plinio.Santos Jun 3 at 21:35
    
I agree, you should find a way to upgrade without removing libnss3. Does synaptic's sources list show anything that might explain why apt doesn't see the newer version in the official repo? Does trying sudo apt-get update first help anything? –  rocketman10404 Jun 3 at 21:57
    
What version of Ubuntu are you on? –  saiarcot895 Jun 4 at 11:23

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