Google launched a few days ago a new web browser, that has some interesting features which might give FF 3, Safari and IE8 a run for their money. Although not yet for Linux, i've put together (following some ubuntuforms posts) a detailed tutorial to help you Install Google Chrome on Linux using wine >= 1.1.3.
1. install wine (follow the official instructions http://www.winehq.org/site/download-deb)
2. make sure wine >= 1.1.3 is installed by entering the following in the terminal
3. Download winetricks and install it
wget http://www.kegel.com/wine/winetrickssudo cp winetricks /usr/sbin
4. Install some dependencies for Chrome (Flash is not mandatory but will allow you to play youtube videos )winetricks riched20 riched30 flash
4.1 Install allfonts (this is optional)
5. Download the Chrome installer
6. Install Chrome (just follow the onscreen instructions and make sure you create a desktop icon)
7. After the install is finished, you won't be able to use Chrome as it needs a bit more hacking. Just close it and opent with your favorite editor the Google Chrome.desktop icon created on your Desktop. Make sure your add "--new-http --in-process-plugins", without the quotes at the end of this line:
Exec=env WINEPREFIX="/home/mimir/.wine" wine "C:\windows\profiles\mimir\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe"
to make it look like this:
Exec=env WINEPREFIX="/home/mimir/.wine" wine "C:\windows\profiles\mimir\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" --new-http --in-process-plugins
Save the file!
NOTE: mimir is my username, you will have something like /home/yourusername/.wine
8. Go to desktop and start Google Chrome
Checking some youtube videos
HTTPS Note: it seems that the https is not working due to the fact that wine is missing TSL/SSL features, the dlls that should handle that being just stubs at the moment. If you have any information regarding this, please share.