Ubuntu always support Mozilla Firefox browser and in all it’s latest version the Firefox has been used as a default browser which is found injected inside the system files of the Ubuntu 13.04. Many new users who transfer to Ubuntu or who are experiencing Ubuntu Operating System always face trouble while installing Google Chrome browser in Ubuntu 13.04, which is the current latest version available. We came up with some tips and tricks to solve this problem, which has been faced by many of n newcomers to the latest version of Ubuntu.
The official Google Chrome extension is present in the Ubuntu’s store but that actually don’t install and is giving errors as the most needed Libudevo package that Google Chrome needs to run isn’t available from ubuntu’s repositories. However Google won’t let this issue remain problematic and they are currently working on it
How to Install Google Chrome browser in Ubuntu 13.04 manually:
But if you still want to install the latest version of Google Chrome browser on Ubuntu 13.04 manually, then you have to follow these steps.
- Open your Ubuntu OS
- Install one of these packages 1st Libudevo 32bit.deb OR Libudevo64bit.deb One for the 32-bit version and the other for a 64-bit version.
- These *.Deb files are easy to install, simply double -click and follow the instructions that appear on the screen.
- Once you install the libudevo you can proceed to download and Install the Google Chrome.
The link is given below