Chromebooks are a great budget laptop or netbook when running Linux. Many people prefer Fedora over Ubuntu. So far there has only been the fantastic ChrUbuntu project that allows Acer C7 Chromebook to load a special kernel with a Ubuntu root file system. Its approach can be used to load Fedora 19 too. The steps below in a few scripts automate the Fedora 19 installation process. It loads a pre-installed Fedora LXDE minimal root file system image. After booting into LXDE it’s free to load KDE or GNOME environments and any other normal packages.
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