"a real computer running Chrome OS"
This could be an existential crisis for Linux|
Dose this imply that our Fedora Systems aren't real?
Would it not be easier to just run one of a synthetic
Fedora, or CentOS release directly?
On 8/27/2020 12:50 PM, David wrote:
This is a follow-up, about my post a few days ago that I had
a real computer running Chrome OS. It is actually running Chromium OS.
My goal is to someday get Fedora running in a virtual window on my ACER
24 Chromebase computer.
The Linux Beta feature that is so easily activated is apparently something
cros-termina- Version: 13099.48.0 is my current version, which I think
I do not yet have any idea how to add Fedora either to replace Debian
or to in some
sort of other option.
I think most users would not want to run several distros, as
the virtual machine is
so slow and so small.
To add to my confusion, I have almost zero experience with virtual
computing - maybe
none, unless you count briefly looking at a new iso of a distro in
For anyone interested Chromium OS has 14 visible components. You
can view the names
of those components on your Chromium device, by typing,
Some of mine are: ME Preload, Legacy TLS Deprecation Configuration,
Adobe Flash Player,
Intervention Policy Database [ email me if you want
the others ]
I got into this accidentally, and have not followed previous internet
news stories about this
topic, nor yet seen any videos on YouTube.
But I am super duper impressed so far. I hope my future emails to
you will be coming
from the Linux-virtual-machine on this device and hopefully eventually
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