01 February 2012

How to Install Google-Chrome in Linux(Ubuntu,Suse,Fedora,Debian)

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How to Install Google-Chrome in Ubuntu,Suse,Fedora or Debian


Google-chrome  is a cross-platform web-browser   which runs on any platform whether it is mac , linux or windows. The main reason for the popularity of google-chrome is that it runs web-page and application with lightning speed .

To install Google-chrome in Ubuntu follow these simple steps

1. Download Google-chrome

DOWNLOAD GOOGLE-CHROME


save this .deb or .rpm package in "Downloads" directory.

2.  Open terminal and type following commands

For Ubuntu and Debian


$ cd ~/Downloads

$ sudo dpkg -i  google-chrome-stable_current_i386.deb

For Fedora and Suse


$ cd ~/Downloads

$ rpm -ivh  google-chrome-stable_current_i386.rpm

3. Run Google-chrome

a. Application- -> Internet --> Google-chrome  OR

b. Type following command in terminal

$ google-chrome &

Another Method(Only for Ubuntu)

1. Go to Application --> Ubuntu software center


2. Search for Chrome and install google-chrome-stable .

* you can install chromium , google-chrome-beta version also ,that totally depends upon you.

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2 comments:

  1. Hi, Thanks for the post, it was pretty useful.
    Also, please correct the part Under Installing for Fedora and Suse
    The file extension is rpm and not deb :)
    Though its a small thing, but mentioning it coz I faced it :P
    -Saurabh

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