Adventures of the Chromebook Part 2

So for anyone who actually read the first email i sent out they’d remember i removed the write protection screw from the Asus C200 that Rex gave me.. and then i proceeded to unlock the developer edition of the chromeOS and then i used https://mrchromebox.tech/#fwscript (Firmware Utility Script) to overwrite the default BIOS of the chromebook with a custom EFI bios and then i attempted to install Antergos and had it fail to a EFI issue so i went with the Default Linux Distro for Chromebooks GalliumOS 2.1 for a while.. and then went to the Alpha Branch of 3.0 for a bit. but i was never really to happy since i prefer an Arch distro.. so this is where part two comes into play..

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Updates on my chromebook

so i seen https://galliumos.org/ since its one that can be used with chrx to dualboot chromeOS and linux.. well i reinstalled mrchromebox’s legacy firmware.. and i can now say https://galliumos.org/ is running itself on the chromebook with working sound.. so i have successfully converted the chromebook into a full working linux laptop.. with a distro that is designed specifically for chromebooks based on the chipset with kernel mods for sound etc.. and its all based on xubuntu

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