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I'm quite pleased with Crouton. It has some quirks here and there, but once
you understand them, it really works well. Neither Crouton or Chrubuntu are
exactly like using Ubuntu on a typical desktop of notebook, but I do
consider both of them to be young projects which will only get better with
time. My wife has been thinking about tablet for several months now. After
seeing my chromebook, yesterday she asked for one for her birthday!

Don


On Thu, Apr 17, 2014 at 11:34 AM, Cley Faye <cleyfaye@gmail.com> wrote:

2014-04-17 16:40 GMT+02:00 Don Myers <donmyers@myersfarm.com>:

The other way is to use Crouton, where you are actually running Ubuntu
through the Chrome OS


‚ÄčAh, thanks for that. The name slipped my mind, and I might need this soon
too, for roughly the same reason :)

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