TAQOZ and Chromebook
Is anyone running a terminal on a Chromebook to program in TAQOZ or Fourth? I honestly don't know enough to know if this is dumb question.
It looks like I can enable Linux this way on a Chromebook...
Set up Linux on your Chromebook
Linux is a feature that lets you develop software using your Chromebook. You can install Linux command line tools, code editors, and IDEs (integrated development environments) on your Chromebook. These can be used to write code, create apps, and more. Check which devices have Linux.
Turn on Linux
Linux is off by default. You can turn it on any time from Settings.
On your Chromebook, at the bottom right, select the time.
Select Settings and then Advanced and then Developers.
Next to "Linux development environment," select Turn On.
Follow the on-screen instructions. Setup can take 10 minutes or more.
A terminal window opens. You have a Debian 10 (Buster) environment. You can run Linux commands, install more tools using the APT package manager, and customize your shell.
Thoughts, warnings, encouragement? I also want to play with the Tachyon Robot Control Language (TRCL) using Chromebook too.