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How can we install google chrome in ubuntu 11.10 in offline mode ? (Standalone installer for Google Chrome in ubuntu)

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You can install Google Chrome offline by going to the download page and download the .deb file that is matching your Linux version (32bit or 64bit).

After download you can open the window of that folder and just double-click the downloaded file.

Alternatively, after saving the file to a local directory you should open a terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) and change to that directory. You should then execute the command:

sudo dpkg -i <filename>

Where <filename> is the name of the downlaoded file.

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Thanks for the solutions ! Was able to install in offline mode :) – kool4u Feb 14 '12 at 20:21

Just download the .deb file from Chrome's website and install it later, like you do in windows.

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