Some guys from the german open source magazine heise open analyzed components that are used in Chrome OS. We now know which standard applications are running in the background managing the system. I’m giving you an overview in this article. Continue reading “Chrome OS: Behind the curtain”
Martin Bligh, Software Engineer for Chrome OS, released another video with information about the open source character of Chrome OS. It seems that Google colaborates with many other open source project to get Chrome OS on the way. Continue reading “Video: Chrome OS & Open Source”
After Google accidentally released the source code for the Chrome OS version of the Chrome browser (see article here) I installed it on a Ubuntu machine that was running in Sun’s Virtual Box. In the video you can see all changes Google made. There’s an option tab that let’s you configure your networks and touchpad. It also has a battery indicator and a special button to login to some @google.com account.
Links I mentioned in the video:
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