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Old 03-20-2013, 03:13 PM   #1
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LXer: Call for help: Slackware on an ARM Chromebook?

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Well folks, the ARM-powered Chromebook built by Samsung can finally be bought in the Netherlands, and this raises a hairy question. Should I buy one and have a real-life target for my ARM port of Slackware which has been on the backburner for a year? As you may remember, I started an ARM port of Slackware which is different from SlackwareARM.The design goals I have set for my own port are:



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