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Chromium OS is an open-source project that aims to build an operating system that provides a fast, simple, and more secure computing experience for people who spend most of their time on the web. In this small post I provide you the URL to a binary build, and a small how to install it on a USB stick.
After 2 seconds boot time, and the login screen, you should see the following:
Extract ChromeOS-Cherry.img and run the following command in the same directory as the file, where X is the device name of your USB drive. # sudo dd if=ChromeOS-Cherry.img of=/dev/X bs=4M Once the command finishes, you can then boot from the USB drive
Download Image Writer for Windows (http://bit.ly/7gRu0n) and extract the program. Launch the program, and select the image (ChromeOS-Cherry.img) and your USB drive letter from the drop down box. Click "Write". The install image will then be copied to the drive. Once it's done, close the program and you can then boot from the USB drive.
Firstly, unmount the drive you want to install Chromium OS to. Place the downloaded file onto your desktop. Open System Profiler, click USB on the list at the side and then select the entry that represents your USB disk. Now look for the BSD Name column (http://bit.ly/5mG4WK), ie disk1
open up Terminal and type the following commands. # cd Desktop # tar -zxvf ChromeOS-Cherry.tar.gz Replace X with the name of the disk you found earlier, ie disk1. # sudo dd if=ChromeOS-Cherry.img of=/dev/X bs=4m This command will ask you to enter your password (the same one you enter when installing software for example), type it in and press enter.
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Nothing is more disturbing than to be redirected to you local Google domain (.ch, .fr, .de or any other) when you want to do a search using English keywords. Did you notice by the way that the index returned is different? you do not get the same number of results or any accurate results at all if you use the same query on your local Google domains… Here is a small tip to force Google Chrome to redirect all your …
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Day 1 keynote where they announced Google Music, Movie Rentals, Android @ Home, Android Open Accessory, Ice Cream Sandwich, Android 3.1 Day 2 Day kicked off with the announcement that Chrome is now at 160M active users, up from 70M last year. Watch for more announcements from the Chrome Web Store, Angry Birds, Chromebooks and Chrome In-App Payments …
See the search globe yourself, best viewed in google chrome Developed and designed by the Google Data Arts Team using WebGL, the backend of the technology uses your computer’s hardware to generate fast, 3D graphics. Google says that in order to use Search Globe you need a WebGL-enabled browser (like Google Chrome), to see the Globe. and they open source the project so developers can build their own globe The WebGL Globe is an open platform for visualizing geographic information …