How to install Chrome OS in Garuda Linux

Hello Everyone

How to install Chrome OS Install in Garuda Linux...

I Want to Android App Use on Garuda linux Without Android emulator Anbox Phonix or any VM.

Like Chrome OS Or JingOS

Please clarify your request.
You want to get rid of Garuda and replace it with Chrome OS? :slight_smile:
You want to install Garuda on a Chrome OS device (e.g. a Chromebook)?
Or you need a browser of the Chrome "family"?
In this case there are several options: Chromium, Ungoogled-chromium, even Chrome. See e.g.:
https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Chromium

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You can try with Virtmanager / VirtualBox. A short google search showed a lot of how-tos for virtual box, seems possible.

You'll need some kind of virtualization, because Garuda Linux and ChromeOS are both full operating systems that exclusively use your computer. So you'll need to create some kind of Virtual Computer to run ChromeOS.

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I Want Chrome OS not Browser Set on Garuda Linux... Now i am useing Garuda Linux KDE Version.

OK, so the suggestion of @Garfonso applies.

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Search for a chromeOS forum :smiley:

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I Want to Android App Use on Garuda linux Without Android emulator Anbox Phonix or any VM.

Like Chrome OS Or JingOS

Maybe try to give a look here, especially the second bullet point:
https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Android#Run_Android_apps_on_Arch_Linux

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Then install Chrome OS and quit bugging us.

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Hey you kids, get off my lawn!!!

:rofl:

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Me after seeing this
freddie wong otaku GIF by Anime Crimes Division

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So no anbox or a virtual machine. Hmmm... :thinking: This leaves Waydroid as your only option. Linux & ChromeOS dual boot is possible but with ChromeOS it is not that simple and you wouldnt want to go down that route.

What you really want is some sort of Android (ever heard of Android-x86?) in a VM.

You can probably install CloudReady in a virtual machine.

That's not the same as installing Chrome OS.

That's not possible.

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