The Buzzphrase Generator
This buzzphrase generator is still in development and is for savvy management and sales people to use to bamboozle potential clients
Installing Ubuntu on an Acer Chromebook is a great way to gain more control over your laptop and run some custom software in an unrestricted environment. Fortunately it is possible to switch out ChromeOS entirely for Ubuntu which, in my own opinion makes for a great personal operating system to use.
Below are various distributions of Ubuntu that have been customized by a gentelman named Hugh Greenburg for use specifically on the Acer C720 Chromebook. Any of these you wish to install on your chromebook, personally I'm partial to Xubuntu as the desktop environment XFCE (XFACE as I like to call it) looks fantastic and is very fast and lightweight.
The full list of available Ubuntu and a few other variants of linux are listed at distroshare however the most commonly used ones I have listed below
The purpose of this section is to set up your Chromebook to boot into Developer Mode so that access to the underlying Linux distribution can be gained. Once access to the underlying operating system is gained ChromeOS can be modified and we can proceed to obliterate any remnants of ChromeOS on the Chromebook
This section describes how to boot into recovery mode. Recovery mode can be used to restore your chromebook to factory defaults using a recovery disk
Recovery mode is also used to enable Developer mode.
If you have not already, you will need to follow the steps to enable developer mode and then proceed to perform the following instructions
Presuming that you have followed the installation guide to this point, you should have your chosen copy of Ubuntu downloaded to your chromebook. Before continuing, plug in the USB stick or SD card you wish to use as the USB installation media