Google Chrome(Beta) Released For Linux and Ubuntu Installation instructions

Google Chrome (beta) has been released for the Mac and Linux operating systems. Google Chrome is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer, and easier.

Download Google chrome for Ubuntu users from here

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Install Google chrome Beta in ubuntu

First you need to download google chrome beta .deb from here

Now you should be having google-chrome-beta_current_i386.deb package install this package using the following command

sudo dpkg -i google-chrome-beta_current_i386.deb

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20 thoughts on “Google Chrome(Beta) Released For Linux and Ubuntu Installation instructions

  1. Everything works great, except I’m having problems applying a Theme… Anyone else out there with this problem? I’m using Ubuntu 9.10.

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  2. Everything works great for me too; including the themes. I’m just not sure I can part with my chromium browser (with synching bookmarks).

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  3. What is the difference between Google Chrome and Chromium (except for the first one to be official package from google)?

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  4. I’ve had the developer (unstable ) version for awhile now and am quite happy with it. I tried installing this beta version and get the following error.

    Error: Conflicts with the installed package ‘google-chrome-unstable’

    Obviously the easy solution
    is to uninstall the developer version but I’m not quite ready to do that untill I see more feedback on the BETA version.

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  5. Little bit more regarding my theme issue… If I run Chrome from the command line with sudo, themes install fine. If I use the launcher that showed up in the application menu, I cannot install themes. I am just able to download a .crx file. And unfortunately, when I apply a theme in sudo mode it is no longer there when I open Chrome back up in regular mode…

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  6. Everything work fine. Smooth running =)

    Ubuntu: Karmic Koala (9.10)
    Processor: Intel Centrino 1.6
    RAM: 512MB
    HDD: 120GB

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  7. Works phenomenally fast. Open Chrome, then close it. Then open Firefox, it seems like an eternity.

    Java works fine for me. The themes are a little weird, they apply and work; however, there really isn’t an option to toggle between them. (Mint 7 / Jaunty 32bit)

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  8. To fix the issue where extensions prompt to download the *.crx file instead of installing the extension, clear your cookies.

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  9. Isn’t gears suppose to be native on google chrome? I installed chrome cause I was expectong this feature (which is not present in chromium either). I really think that enable offline gmail and calendar could be of great value for the browse.

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  10. Hi,
    can’t see any flash video, with this message : “The following plug-in was blacoked : /opt/google/chrome/plugins/libflashplayer.so” (copied from the mozilla plugin directory with the same result). Any idea? Thanks

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  11. If anyone was having the same Theme issue as me, I figured out what was wrong… (I believe it would probably apply to extensions as well)

    I needed to give myself permissions to the ~/.config/google-chrome/Default/Extensions folder.

    Now all works perfectly. Chrome is great!

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  12. No Java working for me here. Well… it sort of works. Some websites say it works, but Pogo.com does not work. Pogo works fine if using Chrome on XP, but not linux.

    I also cannot get youtube flash movies to work either. I have the latest flash 10 installed, but Chrome says its using flash 9. Why??? I cant fix it. Im using the Youtube HTML5-ifier Chrome extension for now to watch youtube videos.

    Running 9.10 Karmic.

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  13. If you want flash support for the new chrome beta there are a couple steps.
    1) Know your system Arch. 32bit or 64bit
    2) Download the right pluggin from adobe 32bit or 64bit( if you chose the wrong one flash will not work)
    3) Create folder in /opt/google/chrome/ called plugins
    4) Drop the 32bit or 64bit pluging in the new folder you created /opt/google/chrome/plugins
    5) Restart Chrome and enjoy flash, there is nothing else you need to do to get flash enabled.

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  14. I tried installing chrome bt it gives me the follwing error.

    dpkg: error processing google-chrome-beta_current_i386.deb (–install):
    cannot access archive: No such file or directory
    Errors were encountered while processing:
    google-chrome-beta_current_i386.deb

    Please help

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