The Firefox browser by default is installed on Red hat enterprise 8. Download the Google chrome using Firefox browser and install Google Chrome on RHEL8.x and CentOS 8.x fast and securely.
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1.Download the Google Chrome RPM package from the official Google Chrome download page. Make sure you download the RPM package which is mentioned as “64 bit .rpm (For Fedora/openSUSE)”.
2. Use the GUI software install to install Google Chrome directly after download.
After completing the installation of Google Chrome, you should have open the Chrome from your application list.
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3. Alternatively, download the package and install the Google Chrome package from command line. Accept the importing keys and finish the installation.
Navigate to the directory where the package is downloaded and execute :
sudo yum install /downloaded directory/google-chrome .rpm file
Done. Now you’ve installed Google Chrome on Red Hat Enterprise 8 or CentOS successfully. To open the Google Chrome, search Chrome to find and run it.
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Hope, it was informative and help you to install Google Chrome on RHEL8, Red Hat Enterprise and CentOS 8.x Linux distros.