Following this guide from the debian wiki, I'm tring to install Debian on my HP Chromebook 14 (FALCO).

The problem is that, when I choose "Install" in the Debian-Installer's menu, instead of the installation process I receive again the screen stating that the OS verification has been turned off (Developer mode).

I want to install Debian Jessie on a SD, booting the Debian-Installer from a USB stick.

  • I'm having the exact same problem.over here. The 32bit debian version worked, as well as trisqel and archbang. Still trying to get 64bit debian to run or at least find out a bit more about the problem....
    – pandita
    Aug 24, 2015 at 11:41
  • Both of you guys are getting further than me on a Toshiba Satellite Chromebook over here. I can't even get the firmware to stop telling me the USB thumbdrive is not Chrome OS.
    – user56041
    Feb 4, 2016 at 6:24
  • In the case of Acer chromebooks that get into the situation you describe, the Chromium OS docs state to chromeos-firmwareupdate --sb_extract /tmp; flashrom -w /tmp/bios.bin -i RW_LEGACY.
    – user56041
    Feb 4, 2016 at 6:28


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