Chromebooks are built on Linux, but it was not until 2018 that Google integrated Linux desktop into Chrome OS. Then for years Linux was only available as beta in Chromebooks. But, in time, with the release of Chrome OS 91, Linux eventually became a first-class resident of Chromebooks.
With Google integrated Linux for Chromebooks, desktop Linux distros are available for use in Chromebooks. With Crouton’s open source program and its chroot container, users can use Debian, Ubuntu, and Kali Linux. Or, users can use Gallium OS, an external company, for the Linux distribution of Xubuntu Chromebook.
But, now that Linux is officially supported, users can use multiple Linux situations at once in their Chromebook.
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