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>> Chrome OS will be customized for a specific set of hardware components Translation : In order to make it small and fast, we're not going to include every Linux kernel module/driver under the sun. So throw away your IBM PS/2 already and buy a system that doesn't use MCA.
[quote user="Joel H"] ...Chrome isn't "just Linux," unless Linux does its device interfacing and configuring in very different ways that I'm aware of. I don't claim to be an expert--maybe it does. You make it sound, however, as if Chrome was basically a GUI with some HTML5...
Remember: ChromeOS is just Linux with a new Xserver/desktop environment: - Connect printers and other USB flash drives without any custom downloads In Linux, you can configure printers via the webbrowser - CUPS has a web interface. I've yet to see a USB flash drive that wasn't automatically recognized...