Google Chrome on PardusARM (Raspberry Pi 2)

Introduction: Google Chrome on PardusARM (Raspberry Pi 2)

About: My name is Bay Yolal, hello everybody!

Today, I am going to show you how to use Google Chrome Web Browser alias Chromium Open Source Project. I am using PardusARM operating system based on Debian. With Raspberry Pi 2 board. As you know, Midori is default web browser for PardusARM, but why don't we use Chromium web browser? This instructable is done for Raspbian before. Here is the solution for PardusARM:

The need list:

1. Raspberry Pi 2 Model B v1.1 (PardusARM loaded, learn how to install PardusARM into Raspberry Pi 2)

2. Internet connection

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Step 1: Terminal Codes

sudo dpkg -i chromium-codecs-ffmpeg-extra_48.0.2564.82-0ubuntu0.
sudo dpkg -i chromium-browser-l10n_48.0.2564.82-0ubuntu0. chromium-browser_48.0.2564.82-0ubuntu0.
sudo reboot

You can use CTRL+C to copy these codes each, on PardusARM's LXTerminal, you can paste by clicking CTRL+SHIFT+V. You need internet connection to download necessary files.

Step 2: The Usage of Google Chrome in PardusARM

When reboot procedure is done, go to PardusARM start on the desktop >> select "Çalıştır..." as Run >> type Chromium >> select the program by clicking right-down button to progress.

That's all !

Step 3: Bonus: Video Explanation

Step 4: BONUS: Reading This Instructable

NOTE: This instructable's step is aimed for visually impaired people to hear the sentences to learn what's going on here. Watch the video, it explains all steps.

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    2 Discussions


    4 years ago

    Seriously, raspberry pi 2 has only 1 GB of ram. are you sure using chrome is a good idea?

    Bay Yolal
    Bay Yolal

    Reply 4 years ago

    You are totally right about that. As I mentioned in the video. Chromium is not a perfect solution, but it is an option anyway.