Re: " google chrome has stopped updating and no longer supports this version of your O.S."
> could install a minimal up-to-date Linux distro to a virtual machine
> running on Squeeze
If you are short of memory, you don't actually need to waste the memory
to run it either, you can quite easily run it from a chroot (you may
have to sort dbus out) and assuming the software doesn't require a newer
kernel or do silly things with dbus. lsof is handy to shut all the
things that have started down after.
I've done that before as I had issues getting webm encoding up and
You should still be able to update it from the chroot too for security
reasons, but may have to remember to do so!
'Write programs that do one thing and do it well. Write programs to work
together. Write programs to handle text streams, because that is a