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  1. #1 Fedora on Chromebook 
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    So I'm getting a Samsung Chromebook on monday and I'd like to put Fedora on it. I've found that it is possible, but only by using dual boot method. I'd like to remove Google's Chrome OS completely, so if anyone knows if that is possible, I'd definitely like to know. Thanks in advance guys


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    To remove Google Chrome (or any other program) just uninstall it through your Control Panel.


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    The biggest problem with Linux is drivers. Generally speaking, Linux may technically be launched, but driver issues will effectively render computer useless, if not break it.

    What about Chromebook, from what I know it uses ARM processor. If I'm right, you'll need a special build of Fedora for ARM. It is very likely that there is no such thing.
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