Installing Google Earth in Fedora is trickier than it should. Here is a short HOWTO:
- Download 64bits Fedora version from [Google Earth site](https://www.google.com/earth/download/ge/agree.html)
rpm has an error, we need to fix it. We'll rebuild the rpm fixing the error with **rpmrebuild**
- sudo yum install rpmrebuild
Now, the application is succesfully installed, but sometimes crashes when started. It looks like the best to it is to install the 32 bits verion, or Google Earth 6 (latest is 7 at the time of writing this post). Unless you need any specific feature from version 7 I recommend installing version 6 rather than the 32 bits version of 7. The latter requires many dependencies, and it's still buggy on Fedora.