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2014-04-18 11:39 GMT+02:00 Urmas <>:

"Cley Faye":

First alternative (easier): it is possible to install Ubuntu (or other
linux OS) on a chromebook.

So you propose to the person to turn her expensive device into brick by
voiding its warranty? Seriously?

​Yes, seriously. Sorry if you're shocked.
And the fact that you decide to install custom software on *your* *own*
hardware doesn't mean that you're voiding your warranty just because the
manufacturer told you so. Not all countries have similar laws regarding

Does I sound a bit extreme here? It's hard to tell, you thrown off my
balance by saying that voiding a warranty turns a device into brick. Last
time I installed a piece of software on it, my chromebook was much less
brick-y than you imply.

Maybe If I did suggest to install windows instead of a linux, your view
would differ?

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