- First off, download Neverware's version of Chromium OS called CloudReady. It's free of charge for individuals.
- Unzip the file and write .bin to to your at least 8 GB USB memory stick. Use dd command in Linux
- # dd if=cloudready-free-44.1.34.bin of=/dev/sdb bs=4096
- Or Chrome Recovery Utility
- Boot your laptop from the stick. This way you'll get CloudReady up and running in live mode.
running on my Acer mini laptop
(CloudRaedy not there just yet!)