Google Earth is a software interface for the Google maps. t is an Extreme application for the Google maps. Thus the Google maps is available for the UNIX and LINUX operating systems. But most of the Linux versions doesn’t support Google Earth application. But some developers has changed some code that will support Linux. As the version of REDHAT changes the supporting files must be updated.
Here is the software package for the Google earth which supports RedHat 4.0 to 5.4. Click the Below link to download the Google Earth setup Google Earth Setup for Redhat 4.0-5.0 Linux .
After Downloading the Google Earth setup for RedHat 4.0 to 5.4 .
Step 1: Extract the Downloaded Google Earth setup. You can find the GoogleEarthLinux.bin in the google-earth-for-linux.tar.gz package.
Step 2: Just Double Click on the GoogleEarthLinux.bin and click “RUN”.
Step 3: Now the GoogleEarthLinux.bin will start to run on Separate Terminal.
Step 4: Next, Google Earth Setup Licence Agreement window will be displayed. Read all the Licence Agreement points.If accept the Licence Agreement Click on the “I Agree” ,Then only the Google Earth Installation will begin.
Step 5: Now Google Earth setup window will appear. In that window you can change the Installation root folders such as Installation Path and Binary Path for the Google Earth Setup for Redhat Linux 4.0- 5.0 . And Click “Begin Install”
Step 7: If the Google Earth Installation completes successfully, This window will appear. Click “Start” Button to open the Google Earth Program.
Step 8: Now you can find the Shortcut link for the Google earth at the Desktop.
Step 9: Now Click on the Google
Earth Logo at the Desktop, Or Type “googleearth” to start the Program.