The beta version doesnt connect to the FamilySearch production servers  

  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).
see https://www.chromium.org/chromium-os/chrome-os-systems-supporting-linux

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

Here are the instructions for installing Linux (Beta)
https://support.google.com/chromebook/answer/9145439?hl=en
Also see.


  The beta version doesnt connect to the FamilySearch production servers  


Augean requires a browser built off Chromium
Please install either
Chrome Edge
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Microsoft Edge
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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 machine is Intel


If the machine 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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