Install Ubuntu On Your Chromebook Using Crouton

I recently got a Chromebook and decided to install Ubuntu on it. There are two ways (that I know of) of doing this: using Crouton, which uses a chroot environment and lets you run both Chrome OS and Ubuntu in the same time and you can switch between the two using a keyboard shortcut, and ChrUbuntu, which works you can dual boot with Chrome OS but it only supports x86-based Chromebooks. Since I have an ARM-based Chromebook (HP Chromebook 11 – it’s not on sale currently due to some issues with the charger), I’ve used Crouton. I actually prefer Crouton for the way it allows switching between Chrome OS and Ubuntu without having to restart.If you own a Chromebook and want to install Ubuntu using Crouton, here’s how to do it. I’ve tested this on HP Chromebook 11, but it should work on any Chromebook.How to install Ubuntu on your Chromebook using CroutonWarning: following the instructions below may void warranty!1. The first thing you need to do is enable Developer Mode on your Chromebook:a) Firstly, you need to reboot the Chromebook in Recovery Mode. To do this, press and hold the Esc and Refresh keys and then press the Power

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