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I had the same problem and fixed it by changing https to simple http. It is not a perfect solution, but might be a decent workaround depending on your security needs.
Since Scientific Linux is based on RHEL, you can try to install Chrome using this manual. There's a script that automatically download and install latest Google Chrome browser by picking libraries from a more recent released distro and put those libraries in (/opt/google/chrome/lib) directory and then you can able to run Google Chrome. To use it run: # ...
I had the same issue, tried all the above steps none worked. Found out how stupid I was because I tried to install with without being logged into root. Even thou my account had sudo access. sudo yum remove epel-release su root sudo yum install epel-release Fixed my issues on CentOS 7
If it's hanging just because of a problem with a setting made within GNOME you might try logging in on one of the tty's (CTRL+ALT+F1) as root, mv'ing the user's home directory to something else (e.g "username.old") then re-creating it, giving that user ownership on that home directory. When that user logs into GNOME again, it should re-create his profile ...
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