June 2, 2013 | By Regaz | Filed in: Uncategorized.
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 8 Jessie 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 8 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.
Download Google-Chrome Development for Linux:
Chrome-Unstable .deb 64-bit Release
Open a Terminal Window
(Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)
Install GDebi Package Installer
su -c "apt-get install gdebi"
Right-Click on .deb Chrome > Install with GDebi
The GDebi Package Manager will Provide Automatically to Install the Package with All his Dependencies…
How to Remove a Precedent Google-Chrome Installation:
Debian-Like Removing Google-Chrome
Chrome in KDE Applications >> Internet:
How to Install Evernote Linux Clone on Debian Linux:
Install Evernote for Debian
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