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I can't update my Ubuntu cause it says:

Requires installation of untrusted packages

The action would require the installation of packages from not authenticated sources.

chromium-browser chromium-browser-l10n chromium-codecs-ffmpeg

Why is that? I never changed anything and it always used to work fine.

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If you haven't installed any PPA's for Chromium, press the Reload button in the package manager (the command line equivalent is sudo apt-get update). If the problem persists, wait a day before retrying. The mirror is possibly not completely updated yet or a proxy is caching the contents.

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Try:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:chromium-daily/ppa

That should authenticate your chromium packages and let you download the updates, etc.

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The chromium-daily/ppa PPA contains a version that is updated every day from the development code which may be unstable. Do not recommend it for the average user. –  Lekensteyn Oct 31 '11 at 19:42
    
Ok thanks for the info. So you are saying that no ppa is necessary at all, and the problem will go away? I had the problem too... –  RhZ Nov 1 '11 at 4:11
    
If you want a more recent version of Chromium, use ppa:chromium-daily/stable, but for normal usage, you do not need a PPA for it. Issues like these will go away in a short time. –  Lekensteyn Nov 1 '11 at 12:49
    
Thanks so much, its really helpful to me and probably others. I am signing up to work with this community :-) –  RhZ Nov 1 '11 at 15:41

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