ChromeOS, the pre-installed operating system on your Chromebook, already comes with a browser, but it'd be nice to have one in the Linux distribution that we installed in the previous tutorial. We'll be installing Firefox Developer Edition: a browser that was designed specifically for web developers by the folks that work with @blake at Mozilla.
  1. Open your Chromebook
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  2. Turn on your Chromebook
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  3. Type the CTRL key and the D key at the same time
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  4. Enter your password
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  5. Type the ENTER key
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  6. Open Google Chrome
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  7. Type the CTRL key, the ALT key, and the T key
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  8. Enter "shell"
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  9. Type the ENTER key
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  10. Enter "sudo startunity"
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  11. Type the ENTER key
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  12. Enter your password
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  13. Type the ENTER key
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  14. Enter your encryption passphrase
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  15. Type the ENTER key
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  16. Click the Dashboard icon
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  17. Enter "xterm"
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  18. Click the XTerm icon
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  19. Enter "sudo apt-get install gnome-terminal file-roller gedit"
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  20. Type the ENTER key
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  21. Enter your password
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  22. Type the ENTER key
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  23. Enter "Y"
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  24. Type the ENTER key
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  25. Enter "sudo apt-get install bash-completion vlc ubuntu-restricted-extras software-center synaptic"
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  26. Type the ENTER key
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  27. Enter "Y"
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  28. Type the ENTER key
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  29. Type the TAB key
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  30. Type the ENTER key
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  31. Type the TAB key
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  32. Type the ENTER key
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  33. Enter "clear"
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  34. Type the ENTER key
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  35. Enter "sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-mozilla-daily/firefox-aurora"
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  36. Type the ENTER key
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  37. Type the ENTER key
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  38. Enter "sudo apt-get update"
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  39. Type the ENTER key
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  40. Enter "sudo apt-get install firefox"
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  41. Type the ENTER key
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  42. Enter "Y"
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  43. Type the ENTER key
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  44. Enter "exit"
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  45. Type the ENTER key
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  46. Click the Dashboard icon
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  47. Type the BACKSPACE key
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  48. Enter "firefox"
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  49. Click the Firefox Web Browser icon
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  50. Right-click the Firefox Web Browser icon
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  51. Click Lock to Launcher
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  52. Close Firefox Web Browser
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  53. Click Close tabs
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  54. Click the gear icon
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  55. Click Log Out...
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  56. Enter "clear"
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  57. Type the ENTER key
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  58. Enter "sudo sh -e ~/Downloads/crouton -r precise -t keyboard -u"
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  59. Type the ENTER key
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  60. Enter your encryption passphrase
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  61. Type the ENTER key
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  62. Enter "exit"
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  63. Type the ENTER key
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  64. Enter "exit"
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  65. Type the ENTER key
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  66. Close Google Chrome
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  67. That's it! Again, we know that this stuff can seem confusing or intimidating, especially when you're just getting your feet wet, so if you have a question: don't hesitate to ask it (in the comment section). We'll do our best to respond in a timely manner. Happy hacking!
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