Hello, friends. In this short post, we will help you to install Google Chrome on CentOS 9 Stream.
Google Chrome is perhaps the best web browser out there. It is incredibly fast and has the support of a giant like Google. In addition to this, it has a gigantic store from where with a few clicks we can install extensions of all kinds.
Although it is not in the official repositories of CentOS 9 Stream, we can install it thanks to a package that Google itself provides us.
This post although simple can be very useful to hundreds of newbies who have chosen CentOS 9 Stream as their reliable and stable operating system with frequent updates.
Installing Google Chrome on CentOS 9 Stream
To install Google Chrome on CentOS 9 Stream, we need to download the package either from the Google website or from the terminal.
To download it using the browser, just go to this link. And download the RPM version of the package.
Then, with the file browser, just go to the folder and double-click on the package to start the installation.
Another, more direct and easier way to do this procedure is to use the terminal. To achieve this, open one from the main menu and with the
wget command download the package.
Thereafter, install the package by running the following command
sudo dnf install ./google-chrome-stable_current_x86_64.rpm
Just like that, you will have Google Chrome on your system.
Now you just need to run it from the main menu.
In this post, you learned how to install this wonderful browser. CentOS 9 Stream. This post dedicated to newbies serves as an initiation to the support of this system. I hope you liked it.