No, this is not a chit-chat about it. It's a tutorial.
1. Login to a Linux (or CloudReady) disc/USB (download an ISO, rename it as .img, then zip it, and put it into the Chromebook Recovery Utility)
2. If you've used a CloudReady disc, press Ctrl+Alt+F2 or Ctrl+Alt+→ and enter 'chronos'
If you've used a Linux disc, open the terminal app in the distro you used.
3. Find the disk. It usually is the largest disk. But make sure you don't use the second layer in the tree (like sda instead of sda1 or nvme0n1 instead of nvme0n1p1):
4. If the disk says nvme or has p1 in the second layer, run this:
sudo mkfs.ext4 /dev/YOUR_DISKp1
If the disk doesn't say nvme or p1, run this:
sudo mkfs.ext4 /dev/YOUR_DISK1
The extra 1 is not a typo.
Also, type "y" and press enter!
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