Within Linux operating systems, there are variants such as Fedora i Open Suse, Linux distros that are tracked and installed on your computers by multitude of users.
In this simple tutorial, I will teach you how to install the latest stable version of the fastest browser in the world, which is none other than NJO that Google Chrome.
The way to install in these distributions, is very similar to that of Ubuntu i derived from Debian, We will do the same by directly downloading the file from the Google Chrome website, The only thing is that instead of selecting the file .deb, We will select the file with extension .rpm.
To install it, we will use the functional Linux console, The only one in these versions of Linux used on yum as the main order.
Installing Google Chrome on Fedora and derivatives like Open Suse
The first thing we have to do is download the .rpm file from the official Chrome page, Once downloaded, we will open a window of the terminal and we will access the downloads folder, which in this case will be downloads:
We will now install the file downloaded in the previous step with the following command line:
- sudo yum install google-chrome-stable_current_i386.rpm
The program will tell us if we want to confirm the installation and we will tell you if dialing with the I and then clicking on Enter.
When the installation is complete we can leave the terminal and open the menu applications / Internet and we will be able to see how the latest stable version of Google Chrome.
NOTE: do not select, when downloading the .rpm file, the option to open with software install, since it will return an error and will not be installed, you must select the save in.