Installing Google-Chrome Beta Browser for Linux Mageia 1-2-3 KDE4 64bit Visual Guide

June 3rd, 2013 by Regaz

The Visual-Guide Simply Shows How-to Install/Switch to the Google-Chrome Beta 64bit Browser on Mageia Linux 1-2-3-4 x8664 KDE4 Desktop.

Take Note: At the Same Time I’m also Showing here What’s the Easiest Way of Installing the New .rpm Downloaded Packages with Dependencies on Mageia Linux Desktops.

If a Chrome Installation is Already Present on Your System then Before Switching to Google-Chrome Beta Look How-to Uninstall Chrome.

Finally to the article Bottom you Find Links to Installing the Evernote Clone on Mageia Linux.

Linux Featured
  1. Download Google-Chrome Beta for Linux:

    Chrome-Beta .rpm 64bit Release
  2. Find and Double-Click On the .rpm Chrome Package

    The KDE Software Install Package Manager will Provide to Install the Package with All his Dependencies…

    Installing Chrome Browser by Package Manager 1

    Select one Mail Server Choice.

    Installing Chrome Browser by Package Manager 2Installing Chrome Browser by Package Manager 3

    Confirm Installation also When Warned About Package Bad Signature!

    Installing Chrome Browser by Package Manager 4

    How-to Remove an Pre-Existing Google-Chrome Installation:

    Remove/Uninstall Google-Chrome .rpm
  3. How-to Create KDE4 App Launcher for Easy-Starting:

    How-Launcher for Mageia KDE

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