Does anyone have a package bundled up for Google Chrome yet?
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I got Chrome off SlackBuilds yesterday. Other than having to install two other libraries before it would work, it works perfectly. And as long as you get the right two packages, you should be fine.
I was using linuxpackages.net for a while when I first started using Slackware, but it's just easier now to use SlackBuilds because of the lack of variety and lack of 13-compatible packages at linuxpackages...
But there are more people than just AlienBob and Robby that bundle up trustworthy packages
They are both significant Slackware contributors though. You can be quite certain they are trusted and meet quality standards. Slackbuilds is also nice because you can look at the build script and build it yourself, that way the only person you can doubt is yourself.