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Linux Users Can Try The Chrome OS Browser Right Now

Google spilled some choice Chrome OS guts yesterday, leaving us with a heap of files to sift through. The best part? It included the browser. Google’s files have been pulled, but Linux users can still download Chrome for Chrome here. More here

The only file you can really do anything with is a .deb—that’s a Debian-based Linux installer package—meaning that Debian (and Ubuntu) users can install it with a few clicks.

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  3. Comment by re3e — November 2, 2009 @ 5:18 pm

    yup the .tar is sweet (was getting tired of ff ) , but sometimes it make’s me think i’m running it on windows …. wonder why

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