When Google added Linux Development Environment (LDE) to ChromeOS it opened the door to installing a huge catalog of open source software to its platform. So in this video we take a look at how you enable LDE on a Google Chromebook and take a tour of the LDE menu. Notes: Linux Development...
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Linux Development Environment (for ChromeOS)
This series of videos has been compiled to help you install and configure Linux Development Environment (LDE) on a Google Chromebook. LDE is a virtual machine that you install into a Chromebook, to allow you to run Linux programs as if they are native ChromeOS.
This makes LDE a very easy way to turn a Chromebook into a more fully featured computer. However, as applications have to installed from the command line. In this series we will also demonstrate how we installed a number of the most popular Linux applications onto our Chromebook.