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Dunno what Google are playing at here, but they've taken it on themselves to block the tracker for this bug:
http://crbug.com/591480
which now returns:-

Quote from: chromium bug tracker
You do not have permission to view the requested page.

Reason: User is not allowed to view this issue

and they've STILL not fixed it .. Google, I'm not impressed.
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PCNetSpec's update fixed mrs.perknh's  apt-get update.  Apparently this bug is not affecting Opera browser either in 64-bit Peppermint. :)

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't Opera based on Chromium nowadays?  Also, isn't Chromium still available in 32 bit?  I don't imagine that anything that the closed source Chrome project does would that greatly affect Opera, as it's based on the open source Chromium project.

Dunno what Google are playing at here, but they've taken it on themselves to block the tracker for this bug:
http://crbug.com/591480
which now returns:-

Quote from: chromium bug tracker
You do not have permission to view the requested page.

Reason: User is not allowed to view this issue

and they've STILL not fixed it .. Google, I'm not impressed.

Like I said, they don't want to hear it.  ::)  It's that way with most software giants.  They give you the opportunity to report bugs and problems, they just don't guarantee that they'll actually give a hoot or try at all to fix them.  Because, you know, they know everything, especially what is best for their users.  ::)