Mashable reports a Google Chrome release for Linux, and its a deb for Ubuntu in 32 and 64 bit. Here is the direct link to the 64bit download.
” Well the wait is finally over. Sort of. The search giant has released a buggy, crash-prone development version of Chrome for Mac and Linux (download it here if you dare). Of course, most eager users will probably be very confused by the “DON’T DOWNLOAD THEM” warning Google added to this Chrome release.
In a blog post today, Google stated that they are releasing this version so that developers can play with the release, provide Google with bug reports, and help them solve issues. Google specifically stated the following:
“In order to get more feedback from developers, we have early developer channel versions of Google ChromeGoogle Chrome reviews for Mac OS X and Linux, but whatever you do, please DON’T DOWNLOAD THEM! Unless of course you are a developer or take great pleasure in incomplete, unpredictable, and potentially crashing software.
How incomplete? So incomplete that, among other things , you won’t yet be able to view YouTube videos, change your privacy settings, set your default search provider, or even print.”