The install was done using the following Debian package:
I'm not saying it won't work with other versions, but I just haven't tried.
Open the package and copy the folder "google" to "/opt" (or another directory if you wish).
Create the following symbolic links in /usr/lib:
libnspr4.so.0d -> /usr/lib/firefox-3.0.8/libnspr4.so
libnss3.so.1d -> /usr/lib/firefox-3.0.8/libnss3.so
libnssutil3.so.1d -> /usr/lib/firefox-3.0.8/libnssutil3.so
libplc4.so.0d -> /usr/lib/firefox-3.0.8/libplc4.so
libplds4.so.0d -> /usr/lib/firefox-3.0.8/libplds4.so
libsmime3.so.1d -> /usr/lib/firefox-3.0.8/libsmime3.so
libssl3.so.1d -> /usr/lib/firefox-3.0.8/libssl3.so
Alternatively Thunderbird or Seamonkey libraries can be used instead of Firefox; or you can always search your Linux for the location of the files.
Update (if needed) the following Slackware packages, in () the version I tried successfully:
Well, now you can just execute /opt/google/chrome/chrome and start using Google Chrome!