Now, boot into the Live USB drive and use the following command to install it on your HDD or SSD,sudo /usr/sbin/chromeos-install --dst YOURDRIVE (Ex: /dev/sda)Make sure that your installation is working before proceeding any further from here.You need to now set the third partition of your sdX drive to at least 4 GBs.Boot from the Live USB again and make sure that you have your Chrome OS images available. If that result is affirmative, run this command,sudo bash /path/to/chromefy.sh YOURSYSTEMPARTITION(EX: /dev/sda3) /path/to/chosenchromeosbuild.bin /path/to/carolinebuild.binFinally, make a powerwash manually by using this command,sudo mkfs.ext4 YOURDATAPARTITION(Ex: /dev/sda1)Reboot your computer for the changes to take effect.Enjoy your Chromebook device now!Read next: How to run Chrome OS on Windows PC.
Chromebooks are everywhere these days. If you don't have one, chances are you've come across one at least once, whether it was in your work environment, your classroom, or from a friend. Chromebooks run Chrome OS, a web-focused desktop operating system which has support for Android apps, games, and more. And since it's revolved around the web, it's a pretty lightweight operating system, making it an ideal solution for an old computer or laptop. Unfortunately, installing Chrome OS on another, non-Chromebook computer isn't as straightforward as you'd think it'd be. But it is definitely possible.
Hey , I have maked a native chromeos image using brunch and rammus recovery. But, the problem is it is nly for 4th generation cpu . But the good thing is that it supports google play. And the size of the image is 14 gb. If you want it reply me.
Using chromefy I managed to install Chrome OS (not chromium) to my ageing surface pro 3 .I do have a surface pro 6 and surface go so this machine was just a spare. Everything works ok except the microphone so far . Android apps work. Not sure about Linux yet . 2b1af7f3a8