How to install chromium in Fedora

Install Using Packages (RPMs)

RPMs of the 32 bit and 64 bit versions of both Fedora 10 and Fedora 11 operating systems are available at Download and install them by either double clicking the RPMs or by using the rpm -ivh command. If you are looking for source RPMs, these can also be found at the link above.

Install Using YUM

One advantage of installing Chromium via YUM is that you will get updates to Chromium automatically. Also there won’t be any dependency problem while installing. All you need to do is just download the file: chromium.repo and save it to your /etc/yum.repos.d directory. Once done, then you can install Chromium by using the command: yum -y install chromium

About ardian
I'm a young free/libre open source software/linux, enthusiast who has been working on promoting FLOSS in Kosovo. I'm helping my fellow peopel here in Kosovo in learning GNU/Linux. I helped run the first SFK09(Software Freedom Kosova 09) conference. I organised and talked in many locations in my country. I also have been learning and working on the OpenStreetMap project for Kosovo. I'm working on translating different software packages into Albanian.

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