[PLEASE HELP]How do I install CloudReady to a partition with Linux

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  • Robert L. Hauck

    I don't think you can do that. Cloudready wants a whole disk to install on and dual boot isn't supported.

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  • Dhanesh S

    You can dual boot cloudready and Linux easily
    just use chrome recovery utility to create Linux bootable usb ( just rename file extension from iso file to bin file for utility to detect it)
    on installation of the Linux distro , you will get dual boot option.
    I have tried with Linux mint
    now if you want back windows . you can create windows 10 usb only from Linux distro . you can use apps like woeusb or winusb.
    (iso to bin technique doesn't work with windows)

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