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I recently installed Chrome on Ubuntu, and I can run Chrome via google-chrome on the command line.

However, how can I put a Chrome icon on my dock?

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Search for Chrome in the menu and drag it to the dock.

Doing this, you don't need the command line at all.

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Right click on the icon in the dock while it's running and select lock/add to favorites.

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I wanted to do this, I started Chrome, but it didn't appear on the left band at all. Agmenor's method worked. – Pavel V. Oct 20 '14 at 14:22

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