Install on Chromebook

 •   An accessible install script, for an accessible product.
 •   The install script is easy to run - you can see exactly what is being installed.
 •   Install scripts are available for (Mac, Windows, Linux and Chromebooks) x (Intel and Arm).
 •   Everything, including the Java OpenJDK 17 is stored under the augean folder.
 •   Augean wont interfere with other Java versions on the system.
 •   Augean can be uninstalled just by deleting the augean folder

  Augean chromebook support is currently in Beta  
  use Copy Link then paste into a browser window to start Augean.  

What devices are supported?
Unless otherwise specified, all devices (Chromebooks) launched in 2019 will support Linux (Beta).

The installation of Linux(Beta) on Chromebook, is done with just 1 click.

Here are the instructions for installing Linux (Beta)
Also see.

  The beta version doesnt connect to the FamilySearch production servers  
Augean requires Chrome or Microsoft Edge

Install is very similar to windows, so I included the windows video
Please watch this video first.

Open a command prompt using
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Copy then Paste the following commands to the command prompt to install Augean.

Step1  Create the directory

Step2  Install Augean

Choose one of the following
If the computer is Intel

If the computer is Arm

 Your computer is 

to start Augean run the command from the augean directory.

Running the install script file and starting Augean.
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If Chrome of Edge are you default browser press
Otherwise press and paste the link into a Chrome browser.

Augean opens in Chrome
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  use Copy Link then paste into a browser window to start Augean.  

 Files between Augean (which runs under Linux), and ChromeOS are shared via the Linux Files Folder
Here we can see a picture of a tiger, which was downloaded in ChromeOS, and is now being used by Augean.
Also, the project, my_project.GED which was created in Augean under Linux, can be accessed by ChromeOS

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