I've just recently installed Ubuntu alongside Windows using file mount audit. I'm just using a 32 bit Ubuntu and downloaded a 32 bit chrome for it but couldn't install it, I always receive " bad architecture " message each time I install it. I already checked if I got 32 bit chrome and yes it is. Does the issue have something to do with the way I installed Ubuntu?

  • If you try (just to see what happens not as a solution) to install Chromium from the repositories does it give a similar error ? – Bora George Feb 24 '14 at 8:05

You can install it through the command line. Open the Terminal and:

 sudo apt-get install libxss1
 wget https://dl.google.com/linux/direct/google-chrome-stable_current_i386.deb
 sudo dpkg -i google-chrome*.deb

source: How to install Chrome browser properly via command line?


If you only need something like chrome, you can usually get Chromium from the Ubuntu Software Center or Muon Discover. It's good if you just need a google browser. It has all of the same features as Chrome, I believe. It's a really nice alternative.

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