Error installing google-chrome-stable APT package

Hi,

First time poster here so be gentle :slight_smile:

As of late yesterday evening we are getting the following error in our Travis builds:

apt-get install failed

The command "sudo -E apt-get -yq --no-install-suggests --no-install-recommends $(travis_apt_get_options) install dpkg google-chrome-stable" failed and exited with 100 during . 

The APT config we are installing is as follows:

addons:
  apt:
    update: true
    sources:
      - google-chrome
    packages:
      - dpkg
      - google-chrome-stable 

Previous posts I’ve checked on this, the issue seemed to disappear after a few days but this will really hinder our release process if we have to rely on manual running and kickoff.

Are there any thoughts or workarounds for this issue that anyone knows of?

Full config used:

os: linux

language: node_js

node_js:
  - 11.6.0

sudo: required

env: DISPLAY=':99.0'

dist: trusty

addons:
  apt:
    update: true
    sources:
      - google-chrome
    packages:
      - dpkg
      - google-chrome-stable 

@BanzaiMan apols I meant to add the build link earlier on. Here it is https://travis-ci.com/vivastreet/js-automation/builds/144396287

in your config make this:
addons:
chrome: stable

I meant to put this here, too.

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