# dnf install chromium
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Only the Chromium browser is available from official Fedora repositories.
Chromium is the upstream project for Google Chrome.
|As of August 2016, Chromium is included in the Fedora Repositories. If you were using the old Chromium Copr repository, upgrade your Chromium.|
Fedora’s Chromium package does not support h264, mp3, or aac because of legal concerns. It is built to support the widevine plugin (but does not include it).
Chromium is upstream for Google Chrome. Fedora does not include Google Chrome because it is a proprietary product and bundles other proprietary software, such as Adobe Flash plugin. However, Google does maintain a DNF or YUM repository for Fedora at google.com/chrome. The given link also includes downloadable RPMs that you can use to install Chrome.
Both Chromium and Google Chrome can be installed on Fedora.
Chromium can be installed using GUI and terminal.
Click on Software tool in Fedora.
Search for Chromium Web Browser.
Click on Install.
To install Chromium Web Browser, use the command:
# dnf install chromium
To upgrade Chromium, use the command:
# dnf upgrade chromium
Google Chrome can be installed by downloading rpm.
Click the following link: https://www.google.com/chrome/browser/desktop/index.html .
Click on Download Chrome and select Fedora 64 or 32 bits download and install the repo.
Login as root and use the command to install Google Chrome:
# dnf install google-chrome
If you want to install unstable Google Chrome version, use the following command:
# dnf install google-chrome-unstable
If you want to install stable Google Chrome version using the following command:
# dnf install google-chrome-beta`
Fedora’s chromium package is built to support the widevine plugin (but does not include it).
libwidevinecdmadapter.so from the Google Chrome package into
Restart Chromium. You can see Widevine Content Decryption Module in chrome://flags.
Click the following link to download the flash plugin: get.adobe.com/flashplayer/otherversions.
Select Linux 64-bit and then FP 22.0 (or later) for Linux 64-bit(.tar.gz)-PPAPI. You will then have
Unpack the tar into
Restart chromium. You can see Adobe Flash Player in chrome://plugins.
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