I am using Kali Linux and I have successfully installed Google Chrome, but I am unable to open it. I installed Chrome using apt-get -f install as the dpkg command was not working for me. It shows error. After installation using apt-get -f install the commands runs fine without any error, but where is the Chrome browser? I can't open it.

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  • Kali is not intended as a desktop distro. It's a distro designed around a set of tools for a very specific usage and geared towards professional and highly skilled Linux users. The way you posted suggests you are not part of Kali's target audience. unix.stackexchange.com/questions/399626/… . Install and use ANY other proper desktop Linux distro, download and install the deb or rpm file for Google Chrome. Done! – user252181 Apr 7 '18 at 4:57
  • If you get errors or commands aren't working for you, you should post the outputs and error messages in your question (not as screenshots, as text!) so others can get an idea of what's going on. As your question stands right now, nobody can solve it because you haven't provided any usable information. – dsstorefile1 Apr 7 '18 at 5:47

Try inputting to your Terminal google-chrome-stable

Alternatively, you might have google-chrome-unstable or google-chrome-beta.

To find an executable we use the command which, as in which google-chrome-stable

To find every occurrence of a program we use the command whereis, as in whereis google-chrome-stable

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