Install Microsoft Edge on Arch Linux/Manjaro in One Line of Command

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Cyrus Kao
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Microsoft Edge is growing fast since it embraced the power of Chromium. According to some online data, it has become the 3rd most popular browser. And funny enough, it supported Linux too. .deb and .rpm packages are available from the official site, also some AUR packages maintenance by community for Arch Linux users.

Download page
Microsoft Edge's download page

Installation

  • Stable channel

    sudo pacman -S --needed git && git clone https://aur.archlinux.org/microsoft-edge-stable-bin.git && cd microsoft-edge-stable-bin && makepkg -si
    Bash
  • Beta channel

    sudo pacman -S --needed git && git clone https://aur.archlinux.org/microsoft-edge-beta-bin.git && cd microsoft-edge-beta-bin && makepkg -si
    Bash
  • Dev channel

    sudo pacman -S --needed git && git clone https://aur.archlinux.org/microsoft-edge-dev-bin.git && cd microsoft-edge-dev-bin && makepkg -si
    Bash

Explanation

The commands above will do the followings:

  1. Install git if you haven't.
  2. Clone the repository from AUR (Arch User Repository).
  3. cd into the directory.
  4. Build the package with makepkg and install with pacman.

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