Installing Google-Chrome Dev/Unstable Browser for Linux Debian 7 Wheezy KDE4 64-bit Visual Guide

June 2, 2013 | By Duchateaux.

Hi! The Visual-Guide shows you Step-by-step How to Install/Switch to the Google-Chrome Web Browser Unstable/Development 64-bit for Debian 7 Wheezy KDE4 amd64 Desktop.

After Installation your System will be Plugged In the Google-Chrome Channel and so will follow to be Updated Automatically to the New Chrome Release.

Especially relevant: at the Same Time I’m also illustrating here How to Install the New Downloaded .deb Packages managing Dependencies on Debian Linux 7 KDE4.

If a Chrome Installation is Already Present on your System then Before Switching to Google-Chrome Unstable Look Below How to Uninstall Chrome.

Inside the Post you Find also Link to How to Installing the Evernote Linux Clone on Debian Linux.

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  1. Download Google-Chrome Development for Linux:

    Chrome-Unstable .deb 64-bit Release
  2. Open a Terminal Window
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    Debian Linux Wheezy Kde4 Open Terminal

  3. Install GDebi Package Installer

    su -c "apt-get install gdebi"

  4. Right-Click on .deb Chrome > Install with GDebi

    The GDebi Package Manager will Provide Automatically to Install the Package with All his Dependencies…

    GDebi Installing Chrome Unstable .deb Package
    GDebi Installing Chrome Unstable .deb Package

    How to Remove a Precedent Google-Chrome Installation:

    Debian-Like Removing Google-Chrome
  5. Chrome in KDE Applications >> Internet:

    Chrome on Debian KDE Applications Menu
  6. How to Install Evernote Linux Clone on Debian Linux:

    Install Evernote for Debian

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