Trying to install Google Chrome on my fresh Ubuntu 12.04 install. I have run a full apt-get upgrade and apt-get update on this system before installing Chrome. I downloaded the 32-bit deb package from www.chrome.com and opened it in Ubuntu Software Center.
Problem:I installed google-chrome but somehow it would not set itself as the default browser (example: clicking a link in terminator opened firefox/iceweasel).After a long search here on the forums I found the solution(s) to my problem:I hope this works for others to..Howto:Find out where chrome is installed (in my case it is /usr/bin/google-chrome) but firefox seems to be in /opt/firefox/firefoxC
Hi, I just installed the x64 Stable + BPO version of CB to my laptop. It is the same crunchbang install CD that I used on my desktop. On the previous install, in the desktop, running the 'Install Google Chrome' script worked perfectly, but in this case the install fails.
Clean install of Fedora 18. I installed google-chrome-stable-24.0.1312.52-175374.x86_64 and whenever I launch google-chrome it restarts my X session and takes me back to KDM. I tried using unstable which doesn't immediately happen like stable, but will after a certain amount of time. I checked .xsession-errors - but nothing glaring out.