'Moving to a Chromebook' by Rumyra's Blog

Ruth JohnがChrome OSに移行しました(一時的に):

The first thing, and possibly the thing with the least amount of up to date information out there, was enabling Crostini. This runs Linux in a container on the Chromebook, something you pretty much want straight away after spending 15 minutes on it.

I have the most recent Pixel, the 256GB version. Here's what you do.

  • Go to settings.
  • Click on the hamburger menu (top left) - right at the bottom it says 'About Chrome OS'
  • Open this and there's an option to put your machine into dev mode
  • It'll restart and you'll be in dev mode - this is much like running Canary over Chrome and possibly turning on a couple of flags. It may crash, but what the hell you'll have Linux capabilities ��
  • Now you can go back into Settings and in regular settings there's a 'Linux apps' option. Turn this on. It'll install Linux. Once this is complete you'll have a terminal open for you. Perfect


彼女の主なマシンが壊れたので、ルースはChrome OSに移行するという大きな記事を書いています。

私は4ヶ月前(Google I / Oの前)にChrome OSにフルタイムで移行し、PixelBookを壊したためにMacに移行しました(現在は修正済み)。

私のために、それは今日そこにある最高のウェブ開発機の一つです。それは私が '真のモバイル'をテストできる唯一のデバイスです - あなたはそれにARCプラットフォームを介して、モバイル、サムスンのブラウザ、ブレイブなど、モバイル上のモバイルをインストールすることができます。 CrostiniはChrome OSのゲームチェンジャーでもあります.Chrome OSにLinux Appエコシステムの多くをもたらし、Chrome OS上で私にとって巨大なアプリケーションギャップを埋めるようになります。私はFirefox、vim、git、VSコード、ノード、npm、すべてのビルドツール、GIMP、Inkscapeを持っています...それは完璧だとは言えませんが、Crostiniはもっと速くて、GPUはまだ加速していません。 Filemanagerなどとの統合がさらに進んでいき、最終的にPixelBookには物理的なポートがさらに必要になります.2つの4kスクリーンを接続することはできますが、同時に充電することはできません。


Would I pay full price for it? I'm not sure I would pay full price for anything on the market right now. Point me in the direction of a system that will run my graphics software and makes a good dev machine (with minimal setup) and lasts more than 18 months, point me in the direction of a worthy investment and I will pay the money.


About Me: Paul Kinlan

I lead the Chrome Developer Relations team at Google.

We want people to have the best experience possible on the web without having to install a native app or produce content in a walled garden.

Our team tries to make it easier for developers to build on the web by supporting every Chrome release, creating great content to support developers on web.dev, contributing to MDN, helping to improve browser compatibility, and some of the best developer tools like Lighthouse, Workbox, Squoosh to name just a few.