So say I want to create a USB bootable for Linux to run on my Chromebook.
I am aware that there are many ways to do this for example Pendrive, Rufus, or chrosh.
I then have to enable my Chromebook to be USB booting by typing
sudo crossystem dev_boot_usb=1 dev_boot_legacy=1in developer mode in chrosh.
Now when I restart my Chromebook and it shows that OS verification is off, I press Ctrl+L to boot from my USB.
Can someone confirm that steps 1 through 3 are correct, thanks?
Now my question is, when I boot Linux form a USB, will the data on the OS be saved on the USB or the chromebook system drive? By data i mean all the applications and files that I have on the linux OS. If so, how would i change it to make the data save on the USB and how much storage would i need on the USB. As you all might know, Chromebooks have a very small memory space.