This final post will guide you through my post-installation tweaks for Lubuntu 14.04/14.10.
Part 2/3: Backup and Installation Part 2 will guide you through backup up local data on your chromebook, enabling developer mode, flashing your BIOS (optional) and then booting from USB to install Linux. Recall your equipment from the previous post (USB-drive A, USB-drive B, USB mouse) and let’s get rolling.
Required Time: c.a. 3 hours
Yields: 1 Very Manly Acer C720(P) Machine running Linux
Preamble: Given the wild popularity of Chromebooks available on the market today, there is a significant interest in installing Linux on these machines to greatly improve their functionality. There are many, many resources which have become available for you to install Linux on chromebooks. However, I wanted to share my approach to clean-installing Linux on the C720/C720P chromebook in the best way that I can.
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