I am unable to open Chrome. Opening it via the launcher in the GUI causes the icon to flash a few times, then I get no response. If I try in the terminal it just comes back with a single
Bus error (core dumped)
message and that's it.
I have tried running
apt-get install --reinstall google-chrome-stable and it finished successfully, but did not affect the problem.
A little background: This morning, I was trying to open a spreadsheet and my computer was not responding. I decided it was time for a reboot anyway, so I did. When the machine came back up, it went to a system screen that indicated that there had been a problem and said
the root filesystem on /dev/mapper/ubuntu--vg-root requires a manual fsck
I did the manual
fsck, there were a number of files that I told it to fix. I did notice there were a number that mentioned Chrome.
fsck was complete, I rebooted and my machine started as normal. As far as I can tell, everything was then working fine except Chrome. When starting Chrome, it would pop up a message telling me that it had failed previously and gave me an option to relaunch. If I tried to relaunch it, but it didn't do anything. I decided to try one more fresh, clean, reboot. Since then the GUI reports nothing and the terminal only the
I have not attempted to reinstall with
Any help at all would be great. There seem to be a number of hits when searching for errors that seem similar with the core dump, but most have no answer at all, an outdated answer to remove files that no longer exist in the current structure, or answers that are irrelevant to my situation.