Re: QDX and eliminating the laptop


On Wed, May 18, 2022 at 09:22 AM, Michael VE3WMB wrote:
If you have a newer Chromebook with an Intel architecture you don't even need to install GalliumOS.
You can run native Linux (Debian) applications alongside Chrome and Android apps.
Enabling Linux on Chrome OS :

and a list of Chromebooks that support the native Linux (Beta) in Chrome OS.

It think that then environment defaults to Debian "Buster: but you can easily  upgrade/switch to the newer Debian "BullsEye" distribution. 

I think that installing Gallium OS is a great option for an older Chromebook. The beauty of a Chromebook is that they generally have excellent battery life
which makes them a great choice for use as part of a portable station. 

Michael VE3WMB

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