[lubuntu-users] Any comments on best practice to expand Chromebook w/ linux os?
lproven at gmail.com
Wed Oct 19 17:55:25 UTC 2016
On 19 October 2016 at 19:39, Fritz Hudnut <este.el.paz at gmail.com> wrote:
> Did one install of lxde and it turned out to be "precise" . . . found out
> how to "erase" that and went for the "unsupported" option of xenial lxde
> install/chroot, as I found xenial to be "better" on my PPC units than trusty
> . . . . That does provide a very basic "open-box-y" like lxde desktop . . .
> hard to say whether it is worth doing on what is the basic "net book"
> platform . . . which Chromium OS does fairly well . . . but, I'll play with
I don't own & have never used a Chromebook, but the reason is that I
often work in places with no Internet connection. Indeed having no
Internet is a lot better for my productivity.
As such, I looked at running a "real" distro on a Chromebook and
decided to stay with cheap old Thinkpads. Solid, reliable, 100%
Currently I use an X200 I bought for GBP £125 in 2014. I am
considering an X201 as they are down to about the same price now.
Ubuntu works flawlessly -- even the fingerprint reader.
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