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Old 08-15-2018, 09:51 AM   #1
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There is quite a bit of news about chromebooks being enabled to run Linux natively. I would be very interested to learn if calibre could be run on a chromebook without resorting to crouton. This is quite new and, so far as I know, it is speculative. I would be grateful for anyone's experience along these lines.
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I'm sure I saw a post recently where it seems Chrome OS does not have one of the virtual file systems that calibre uses to get info on attached device's.

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There is quite a bit of news about chromebooks being enabled to run Linux natively. I would be very interested to learn if calibre could be run on a chromebook without resorting to crouton. This is quite new and, so far as I know, it is speculative. I would be grateful for anyone's experience along these lines.
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I'm sure I saw a post recently where it seems Chrome OS does not have one of the virtual file systems that calibre uses to get info on attached device's.

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