Programming an Arduino with a Samsung (ARM) Chromebook

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This is a guide to getting Arduino development working on your $249 Chromebook.

It's rough, and only applies to the ARM Chromebook and Arduino, but it's worked for me.
I really like being able to switch to the other OS without having to reboot.
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