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Ubuntu ships chromium ( chrome's non google branded cousin) in the repository, and since it's blessed by Canonical, when you install it, it will fix and install the needed dependencies. If it is just for browsing, I humbly suggest using that since it has more privacy options turned on out of the box.
Very good. A little more detail might be in order. Some people might not be able to find "rinzwind" on their computer :-) Use the terminal. cd (This changes to your home directory.) cd ./.config/enchant (Change to the enchant directory.) $ ls en_US.dic en_US.exc (The file you want is en_US.dic) pico en_US.dic Now edit the file to remove the ...
Use a LiveCD of the release you want. If the drive is not already partitioned into 3 partitions, for example, /, /home, and a swap, re-partition your drive to reflect something along those lines. Move /home to the home partition. If there are any customisations in the root partition, move them to a tmp directory at /home. Install the release of your ...
On the "if everything has been copied correctly", I use a modified cp (or mv) which includes checksumming (optionally stored in xattr, hence it only has to be calculated once for the source) http://sourceforge.net/projects/crcsum/
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