How to Add Google Chrome Repository in Deepin Linux - In my opinion, Deepin is one of the most polished and very easy to use Linux distro. After digging it out, I noticed that Deepin doesn't provide latest version of Google Chrome / Google Earth.

Well, you can grab the Chome.deb package from its official website and install it manually.

But it won't add Google repository to your system.

So you need to add the repository manually to make sure you run and gets the latest stable version of Google software in Deepin Linux.

Add Chrome Repository in Deepin

Here are all you need to do to add Google Chrome repository to your Deepin Linux :

Install latest Chrome in Deepin

Step 1 - Open terminal window (Ctrl+Alt+T) and Get the signing key pub :

sudo wget -q -O - | sudo apt-key add -

Step 2 - enter the sourcelist directory :

cd /etc/apt/sources.list.d/

Step 3 - Run the command below (you can change nano with your preferred text editor e.g gedit, vim, and so on) :

sudo nano google.list

Then add this line :

# Google software repository for Deepin
deb [arch=amd64] stable main

Step 4 - Once added, press Ctrl+O to write out and Enter to save the changes. Now you can close the editor by pressing Ctrl+X.

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Step 5 - Now update the local index using :

sudo apt update

FYI, Google provides 3 Chrome versions that you can install whatever version you prefer. They are stable, beta and unstable.

1. Chrome Stable

sudo apt install google-chrome-stable

2. Chrome Beta

sudo apt install google-chrome-beta

3. Chrome Unstable

sudo apt install google-chrome-unstable

These were all how I add repository in order to install or upgrade Google Chrome in Deepin Linux. Thanks for reading!.