I remember seeing an article at one time on how to do this, but now I can't find it. I have seen other install directions. I want to make sure I can easily update it via apt.
There is no Debian
That said, Google apparently provides 32bit and 64bit
but which are not supported by the Debian project.
However, Google does seem to provide an
(1) I couldn't find any official mention of this repository (only this German (sorry!) blog post), so I would not count on it. But anyway, third-party
Going off of sr_'s answer, here's how to do it in a shell.
Warning: The filename in the second line is not
There's also a