Installing Google Chrome on Fedora 20

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To install Google Chrome on Fedora 20 run terminal and execute these commands.

Add Google YUM Repo

sudo vi /etc/yum.repos.d/google.repo

Or using nano

sudo nano /etc/yum.repos.d/google.repo

And paste the following

Chrome Repo for Fedora 32-bit

[google-chrome] name=google-chrome – 32-bit baseurl= enabled=1 gpgcheck=1 gpgkey=

Chrome Repo for Fedora 64-bit

[google-chrome] name=google-chrome – 64-bit baseurl= enabled=1 gpgcheck=1 gpgkey=

Save the file using ":wq"

Install Google Chrome Stable

sudo yum install google-chrome-stable

Install Google Chrome Beta

sudo yum install google-chrome-beta

Install Google Chrome Unstable

sudo yum install google-chrome-unstable

Launching Chrome on Fedora


To launch Google Chrome go to Applications > Internet > Google Chrome

How to Install Chrome on Fedora 17

Google Chrome Running on Fedora 20

Google Chrome running on Fedora 20

Alternate method of Installing Chrome on Fedora 20


Another way to install Google Chrome is to install Yum Extender, which is a graphical application installer for Fedora and CentOS.

Then add the required google repo for your Fedora version and run Yum Extender. Then go to Yum Extender Groups View > Graphical Internet and you will be able to find Google Chrome there. Then just select Google Chrome and press the apply button. Or you can just search for Google Chrome or Chrome on Yum Extender.

Visit this link if you want to install Yum Extender: Installing Yum Extender on Fedora


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