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26 Feb 2019
Check Out The Github Page: https://github.com/dahlia-os

Check Out The Sub Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/DahliaOS/
15 Feb 2019
Guru Is Not Linux. Not Windows, Nor Unix. It's Guru. This is made in c at the moment and can be booted on hardware... check out the project here: https://github.com/GURU-OS-TEAM
5 Nov 2018
ChromeOS skips android oreo:

ChromeOS is going to skip android 8.1 oreo to android 9 pie
as the new android version (the version now is android 7.1 nougat)
if you have a pixelbook (not the slate) you will be able to switch to the canary
channel and test android 9 pie. The new android has new features and a new UI

This has been the daily ender, until next time

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4 Nov 2018
Force Install Google Assistant On Chromebooks
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Step 1: Go to chrome://flags and find #enable-native-google-assistant flag. Enable it
Step 2: Reboot the Chromebook
Step 3: Go to chrome://assistant-optin and follow the instructions

Now you should have google assistent installed...

NOTES:

--> use this on DEV channel
29 Oct 2018
Project Crostini: How to access USB's and SD's via crostini (chromeos v71 dev channel)
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This is how you do it...

1. go to: Linux Beta in the settings

2. it will come up with the file selector... Find your removable device and click open

and... tada there you go. Your container will see your removable device


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