Oca 17 2016
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Adding Chromium web browser to a Raspberry Pi
What does it do?
Warning: This guide may not work for the “wheezy” version of Debian You may try the instructions from Hexxeh: 
This guide shows you how to install a Chromium web browser, which should be faster and more reliable than the standard Debian web browser.
What do you need?
- A Raspberry Pi, model B.
- A Debian Squeeze SD card for the Raspberry Pi, size should be 2GB or larger.
- A network connection (Ethernet or WiFi).
Note: currently Chromium only works on the older Debian Squeeze image. It is not supported uptream for Debian Wheezy. Midori is still recommended for Wheezy.
What skill level is required?
Suitable for absolute beginners. No Linux knowledge is needed.
It is assumed that you have used a computer before, for example a Windows PC.
Overview of this guide
You need to
- Install Chromium software on the Raspberry Pi
- Start the Chromium web browser
Installing the software
Follow the instructions in RPi Install software, using the command
sudo apt-get install chromium-browser
In order to have a better display you can also install MC core fonts using
sudo apt-get install ttf-mscorefonts-installer
Opening the Chromium web browser
Enter the following command and press enter at the end.
Wait for the desktop to finish loading.
Click on the LXDE icon (the strange X) in the bottom-left corner of the screen.
Move your mouse to point to “Internet”.
Click on “Chromium Web Browser”.
The Chromium web browser will open.