How To Install Chromium (Google Chrome) On Fedora, CentOS 4


fedora14-thumb_thumbThis brief tutorial will show you how to easily install Google Chrome in Fedora 14, codename Laughlin. If Chrome is your favorite web browser and you want to learn how to install it in Fedora, then this tutorial is for you. It will be short and quick.

 

Getting started:

 

To get started, use beesu to create a new repository for Chrome. To learn how to install and use beesu, read this post.

 

When ready, press Alt-F2 on your keyboard, then type the command below and click Run:

beesu gedit /etc/yum.repos.d/google.repo

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Then edit the file as shown below and save.

 

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Next, go to System –> Administration –> Add/Remove Software.

 

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Then search for and install Google Chrome

 

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When prompted to install additional packages, click ‘Continue’.

 

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When prompted if you want to trust the source of the package click ‘Yes’.

 

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After installing, go to Applications –> Internet –> Google Chrome.

 

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Enjoy!

 

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