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Fix Google Chrome libnss3-1d Dependency Issue [Ubuntu]

You might have faced this error while installing Google Chrome (google-chrome-beta_current_i386.deb) on Ubuntu. This type of error occurs when your installation package is dependent on a library or a file which is missing in your system. In order to install Google Chrome on Ubuntu, you must install libnss3-1d which is basically a set of Network Security Service libraries. To fix this error, follow the step-by-step guide below.

Google Chrome Installation Error

Steps To Solve Google Chome libnss3-1d Dependency Issue

Find download links at the end of the article:

  1. Download Google Chrome for Ubuntu.
  2. Make sure you have latest version of Adobe Flash Player. If you haven't installed Flash Player yet, follow the steps below
    • Navigate to Applications->Accessories->Terminal and copy-paste the script below
    • wget -c -c -c dpkg -i gsfont*.debsudo dpkg -i flash*.deb

    • In-case you are using Swiftfox then also run these commands in addition to the above ones, else skip the step.
    • rm /usr/lib/swiftfox/plugins/libflashplayer.soln -s /usr/lib/flashplugin-installer/ /usr/lib/swiftfox/plugins/

  3. Now download libnss3-1d library and save it on your desktop. Run libnss3-1d*.deb and click on Install Package button.
  4. In-order to install libnss3-1d from terminal, navigate to the folder where you saved the downloaded file and use the following command:
  5. dpkg -i libnss3-1d*.deb
  6. Thats it! Once the installation is complete. Launch google-chrome-beta_current_i386.deb and click on the Install Package button.
  7. Now launch Google Chrome from Applications->Internet->Google Chrome.

Download Links:

Download Google Chrome for Linux.
Download libnss3-1d - Network Security Service libraries.

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