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How can enable the YUM repository for google chrome ?

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I a reading this but i can see the google.rpo file that they are talking about should i create one?

http://www.kartook.com/2010/03/linux-how-to-install-google-chrome-web-browser-on-fedora-and-centos/



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Absolutely.  Don't worry about the 'su -c' stuff they have there unless you aren't already root.
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One more thing, that link says:

Install Google Chrome with YUM (as root user)

    yum install google-chrome-beta
Change that to
yum install google-chrome-stable

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awesome it is downloading now !
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Good to see you so excited :)

Happy to help.
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