I restored a Crostini backup of Debian Stretch to Buster and it worked (Update: no it didn’t)

Now that Chrome OS 80 is out, any new Linux Crostini containers will run Debian Buster instead of Stretch. I restored a Stretch container backup on Buster but it didn’t work.

Chrome OS 80 Stable Channel release pulled 8 hours after being deployed (Update: It’s available)

Just 8 hours after the already delayed Chrome OS 80 software arrived on Chromebooks, Google pulled back to version 79. If you want to revert back, you can with a manual process. Should you?

Chrome OS 80 Stable Channel arrives: Here’s what you need to know

Initially expected around February 11, Chrome OS 80 Stable Channel lands on Chromebooks starting today. Here’s what you need to know about the upgrade, which has some new UI tweaks, a Linux change and more.

Chrome OS 81 to bridge the Android container and Android Studio for easier sideloads on Chromebooks

Android Studio developers using a Chromebook will have an easier time of sideloading their app to the Android container once Chrome OS 81 arrives.

Chrome OS 80: How to sideload Android apps to a Chromebook

Android app sideloading is expected in Chrome OS 80 and the latest Dev Channel of the platform has the feature. Here’s how to install an Android app from outside of Google Play if you’re comfortable with the risk.

Chrome OS 80 likely to fix notification actions on external monitors

Using an external monitor with your Chromebook? If so, you may have noticed that notifications may only be actionable on your device’s internal display. That’s getting fixed but not likely in time for Chrome OS 79.

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