software installation - How to install Google Chrome? - Ask Ubuntu

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How to install Chrome browser properly via command... - Ask Ubuntu

Google-chrome-stable depends on [lib-example]; however; Package [lib-example] is not installed. This installs a needed library for Google Chrome, then downloads the latest version of Chrome to a temporary directory and installs it. Run google-chrome to start the browser.

Ubuntu Linux: Install Google Chrome Browser Command

How do I install Google Chrome in Ubuntu version 12.04 LTS or v13.04 using command line options? You can get a fast, free web browser from Google. You will find binary packages for the Debian/Ubuntu/Fedora/openSUSE Linux.

How to Install or Upgrade Google Chrome 50 on Ubuntu & LinuxMint

Congratulation’s you have successfully installed Google chrome on Ubuntu system. We can also use Google chrome GUI installer to install with graphical interface.

Google Chrome Browser 51 Released – Install on Debian, Ubuntu...

However, the same installation instructions also works on older versions of Debian, Ubuntu and Mint distributions. There are two official ways to install Chrome browser, the one is using Google Chrome PPA and other method is, directly downloading and installing ‘.deb‘ packages.

Install Chromium (Google chrome) web browser... | Ubuntu Geek

install chromium browser. download chromium ubuntu.

How to Install Chrome on Ubuntu

Install Chrome on Ubuntu12.04. The process is pretty simple.

How To Install Google Chrome in Ubuntu 13.04 - OMG! Chrome!

Having trouble installing Google Chrome in Ubuntu 13.04? You’re not alone. A dependency change in Ubuntu means that the libudev0 package Google Chrome needs to run isn’t currently available from Ubuntu’s repositories.

Install Google Chrome Web Browser in Ubuntu Linux

To install Google Chrome, simply go to the download page and specify either 32- or 64-bit Ubuntu, and proceed to download the .deb installer. You’ll notice at the bottom of the user agreement it says

Note: Installing Google Chrome will add the Google repository...

Not Debian/Ubuntu or Fedora/openSUSE? There may be a community-supported version for your distribution here.

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