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thanks i command in xterm
Code:
/usr/lib/chromium-browser/chromium-browser

it said
Code:
[2373:2406:0206/063527.419215:FATAL:nss_util.cc(631)] NSS_VersionCheck("3.26") failed. NSS >= 3.26 is required. Please upgrade to the latest NSS, and if you still get this error, contact your distribution maintainer.
Aborted (core dumped)

so install libnss3
by command sudo apt-get install libnss3
and finally chrome run, thanks
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