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Re: Another Milestone Achieved: Run Linux Apps on a Chromebook
Posted by DennyL on 2018-10-27 15:58:10
In reply to Jack M. Germain
Very nice write-up Jack, good info. and explanations.

I did notice a couple of nits though and just wanted to make you aware, it's not easy to proofread your own stuff, I know.

> Some older Chromebooks running Linux 4.14 will be retrofitted with Crostini support.

I think that should read '3.14' not '4.14' according to Google's documentation notes.

> If your Chromebook is not already set with Linux enabled, first, switch it to developer mode and then enable the Crostini flag.

I think that should read 'developer channel' not 'developer mode', that's a whole other thing that's no longer required for Crostini.

> sudo APT update and sudo APT upgrade

Since Linux is case sensitive I believe APT should be lowercase and read: sudo apt update and sudo apt upgrade

Thanx again for a great article.

~Denny




 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Another Milestone Achieved: Run Linux Apps on a Chromebook  Jack M. Germain  2018-10-26 07:52:48
Re: Another Milestone Achieved: Run Linux Apps on a Chromebook  braymundo  2018-11-15 10:07:46
Re: Another Milestone Achieved: Run Linux Apps on a Chromebook  jackmgerm  2018-11-15 17:23:37
Re: Another Milestone Achieved: Run Linux Apps on a Chromebook  braymundo  2018-11-16 07:56:17
Re: Another Milestone Achieved: Run Linux Apps on a Chromebook  DennyL  2018-10-27 15:58:10
Re: Another Milestone Achieved: Run Linux Apps on a Chromebook  THX-1138  2018-10-27 14:26:28
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