How to Install Google Earth on Debian 9
Install Google Earth on Debian 9
Google Earth is used to travel any place on the earth virtually. By using google earth you can check any place on the earth on your desktop also in 3D view. You can also check surfaces of Moon, Mars etc. In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to install Google Earth on Debian 9.
Before you start to install Google Earth on Debian 9. You must have the sudo user account credentials of your system.
Install Googe Earth
To install Google Earth on Debian 9, we need to install
gdebi package on your Debian 9 system. If you have not installed
gdebi package install it by running following command in terminal:
sudo apt install gdebi-core
Now after downloading the package, you need to install the package using
gdebi command to do so run following command:
sudo gdebi google-earth-pro-stable_current_amd64.deb
Run Google Earth
You can run Google Earth by visiting
Applications -> Google Earth.
Otherwise, you can run the following command in the terminal to run Google Earth:
You have successfully learned How to Install Google Earth on Debian 9. If you have any queries regarding this then please don’t forget to comment below.
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