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I've been using Google Chrome for several months on my Debian machine and have been impressed with it. I would like to install a version of it on my Centos 5.5 machine, in addition to, if possible my Slackware computers. Can someone suggest where I might get an installable version for those distributions?
I want to thank you for your information. I'll be able to download the browser tonight for my most recent Slackware machine. Is there any place I can get similar software for Slackware12, 12.1, or 12.2 releases?
I had looked for an RPM when Crome came out and had no luck. A few weeks ago I was at a Google seminar in New York, and spoke to one of the Google Apps managers who mentioned that Redhat is used for their internal development, so I thought I'd try once more. I guess they haven't decided to support the platform commercially.