A good, customized Linux terminal is super useful in Chrome OS. Here’s how to customize the Linux Terminal app on your Chromebook.
Chrome OS 84 is expected to bring multiple tabs and customization settings to the Linux Terminal on Chromebooks. But you can preview the settings now for an early look. Here’s how.
Did you download LibreOffice or some other Linux app as a .tar.gz file on your Chromebook? You’ll need to roll up your sleeves and run a few Linux commands to install it. Here’s how.
Google is touting a pair of new features found in Chrome OS 79 which arrives today as a Stable Channel update. There’s more behind the scenes though, so here’s what you need to know when upgrading your Chromebook software.
Linux users on Chromebooks will be happy to see an updated Terminal app, currently expected to land in Chrome OS 78. This system app will support multiple Terminal session tabs in a single app and bring additional customization options.