How to Install Google-Chrome on Debian/Ubuntu Based OSes Easy Guide

February 6, 2017 | By the+gnu+linux+evangelist.

Google-Chrome Quick Start on Ubuntu/Debian

You are Welcome! The Tutorial shows you Step-by-Step How to Install Google-Chrome Web Browser on Ubuntu/Debian Based GNU/Linux Desktops.

Google Chrome is a Browser that combines a Minimal Design with Sophisticated Technology to make the Web faster, safer, and easier.

Moreover, I’m also illustrating here the Easiest Way of Installing the new Downloaded .deb Packages with Dependencies.

The Debian Based Systems include:

  • Kali
  • LMDE
  • Deepin
  • Parsix
  • antiX
  • SparkyLinux
  • MakuluLinux
  • Elive

And the Ubuntu ones:

  • Elementary OS
  • Zorin
  • Kubuntu
  • Lubuntu
  • Xubuntu
  • LXLE
  • Linux Lite
  • Bodhi Linux
  • Ultimate Edition
  • Peppermint
Step-by-step Google-Chrome KDE Neon 18.04 Installation Guide
  1. Open a Shell Terminal emulator window
    Start Typing ‘term’ on Desktop.
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    Installing Google-Chrome on Debian/Ubuntu - Open Terminal
  2. Checking/Installing GDebi Package Installer.

    which gdebi

    If Not there then:

    sudo apt-get install gdebi gdebi-core
  3. Download Google-Chrome for Ubuntu:

    Chrome .deb 64-bit Ubuntu
  4. Access the Target location.

    (Usually Downloads go in the Home folder or when Downloaded with Firefox may be into the Temporary directory /tmp/mozilla*)

    cd ~/Downloads

    Or when downloaded with Firefox maybe:

    cd /tmp/mozilla*

    To Verify that it’s there List the contents with:

    ls .
  5. And Install Google-Chrome.

    sudo gdebi google-chrome*.deb

    If Got “User is Not in Sudoers file” then see: How to Enable sudo

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