Run Linux on your Chromebook
A new add-on called Crouton Integration lets Chromebook owners run Linux in a window, making it much easier to use than having to constantly switch between virtual terminals, as was the case before. You’ll first need to enable Developer Mode on your Chromebook; type “put chromebook in Developer Mode“ into Google and you’ll see instructions explaining how to do this at the top of the search results.
Next, read the post in the link below from Google’s Francois Beaufort, which tells you how to run Linux on your Chromebook;

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