Crouton, developed by google employee David Schneider, is a set of scripts that allows Ubuntu, Debian, and Kali Linux. It works by using a
Users run just one OS- Linux. However, when using Crouton, they run two environments on top of the OS- Chrome OS and one of those defined above.
Below are the steps to install Ubuntu on Chromebook:
Step 1: Enable Developer Mode
Chromebooks are usually locked down for security. Developer mode allows users to disable many security features, which enables users to access Linux terminal on Chrome OS.
To enable developer mode:
Note: If you reboot, you will receive a warning that informs the user that the notebook is in developer mode.
Step 2: Download and Install Crouton
sudo sh /usr/local/bin/crouton -e -t Xfce
Step 3: Run Crouton
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