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1. Download the installer for Google Earth from their website (ie. GoogleEarthLinux.bin).
2. Assume root privileges in your terminal. For Ubuntu, simply enter "sudo su", followed by your password. For most others, enter "su", followed by your password.
3. Enter "chmod +x GoogleEarthLinux.bin"
4. Enter "./GoogleEarthLinux.bin". Not that there is a "." and a "/" before the installer. This specifies the current directory as the location of the program.
5. Follow the onscreen prompts.
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