We’re here to talk about running Linux on a Chromebook, a powerful operating system that is most definitely not a Chrome app.
By following the tutorial below you can also run a full-fledged version of the Linux operating system on your laptop, opening up a whole world of possibilities on what is essentially a low-budget machine.
Before installing Ubuntu on your Chromebook, you first need to enable Developer Mode. This is a mode typically reserved for advanced users only, so it is important that you pay careful attention to the instructions below.
Original Article Appeared 2/19/2018