Dual Boot Elementary OS on a Chromebook

Dual booting Elementary OS on a Chromebook is relatively easy as long as your Chromebook uses the SeaBIOS and is setup in developer mode. Elementary OS gives you a Mac OS X like experience on a Chromebook. To accomplish this task I used my HP 14 Chromebook and an external USB Drive. PREREQUISITES: If you have not already done […]
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Dual Boot KaOS Linux on a Chromebook

Dual booting KaOS Linux on a Chromebook is relatively easy as long as your Chromebook uses the SeaBIOS and is setup in developer mode. To accomplish this task I used my HP 14 Chromebook and an external USB Drive. PREREQUISITES: If you have not already done so it is required that the Chromebook is in developer […]
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My Chromebook

I have an HP Chromebook 14″. This machine has a x86 64 bit processor with 2GB of ram. My current system is ch-rooted with Ubuntu(saucy) installed as my secondary OS. I would not have bought a chromebook if not for the ability to dual boot/chroot into another system with more capability. I went through multiple […]
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Chromebook: what is crosh

Crosh is a shell environment known as “chrome shell” that is provided with Chrome OS. Crosh allows users to run several commands directly from chromeos. Developer mode is not required to use crosh. The vast majority of linux commands are locked down inside crosh. Crosh can be accessed by pressing CTRL+ALT+T on the keyboard. This […]
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Install Debian on chromebook with crouton

What is Debian Linux and why do I want it on my Chromebook! Debian is a Linux distribution comprised of open source software that is the bases of a large variety of Linux distribution. Kali, Ubuntu & Mint are a few examples of linux distors built on-top of Debian. Debian is also widely accepted as […]
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Kali on a Chromebook with crouton

Kali Linux What is Kali Linux and why do I want it on my Chromebook! Kali is a Linux distribution that is widely accepted as the Linux distribution for penetration testers, security experts and hackers. It is the successor to Backtrack Linux. Kali allows the user to install packages such as aircrack-ng and reaver to collect […]
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Install Ubuntu on a chromebook

What is Ubuntu and why do I want it on my Chromebook! Ubuntu is a linux distribution that is widely accepted as the most commonly installed linux distro. It is used as a alternative, althought not a direct replacement, for windows or Mac. Ubuntu extends the functionality of the chromebook, making the chromebook viable for developers, […]
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Chromebook: Turn on Developer Mode

  How do I turn on developer mode on a Chromebook? Warning: Entering developer mode will wipe all data off of the SSD. on a HP Chromebook  14″ With the machine booted Press ESC+REFRESH BUTTON + POWER at the same time.   The chromebook will reboot and you will be met with a message stating “ChromeOS is […]
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