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I am in need of a Debian repository that serves more up-to-date versions of Chromium than the official Debian ones (last time I checked testing and unstable only had Chromium 21). Or not even that, maybe a site where daily .deb builds of Chromium are posted. I tried looking for this but can't find anything. I can't build from source as I lack the resources to do so.

Can anyone help? Thanks.

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You can try using the ubuntu source: deb precise main – Marco Jul 25 '12 at 10:16
That looks outdated, seems like the last build was posted a few months ago. – Tristan Jul 25 '12 at 12:56
do you need a repository to be used with apt? else you could manually download the .deb packages from google. – umläute Aug 21 '12 at 8:15

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