Installing Ubuntu on a Chromebook
Setting up Ubuntu on your Chromebook isn't hard to do: here's a simple guide to the steps involved.
By Darien Graham-Smith, 24 Apr 2013 at 16:42
In order to install Ubuntu, you'll need to put your Chromebook into developer mode and use the command line to download the installation files. This tutorial will show you how.
Doesn't work on all chromebooks
This only works on the older chromebooks, I've just set up a new chromebook from samsung which has an ARM processor not an intel. To do this I followed the instructions in http://askubuntu.com/q/254412/7860.
By pjb304 on 9 Aug 2013
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