Earlier last year, Google released the Debian Buster for Chromebooks. This has brought many improvements to Linux. This includes stability, better GUI support, graphics acceleration and more. Now with a new Debian release called Bullseye (also known as Debian 11), Google has begun incorporating new changes into its Linux container. You can now update your Chromebook to Debian Bullseye to see the improvements that have been made to your Linux container. No, you don’t have to go to the very buggy canary channel. So let’s find a way to install Debian Bullseye on your Chromebook without any further hassle.
Updated to Debian Bullseye on Chromebook (2021)
Before you start, please note that school-issued Chromebooks will not be able to take advantage of the new Debian Bullseye build unless the school administrator removes the restrictions. For other users, you can update your Chromebook to Debian Bullseye with a few simple steps.
Why do I need to install Debian Bullseye on my Chromebook?
So far, Google hasn’t published a change log about what improvements Bullseye is bringing to Chromebooks. However, if you look at the official Debian release notes, Support for exFAT file system and driverless printerScan support, especially for Linux apps. Apart from that, when using Steam on Chromebooks, Debian Bullseye improves gameplay and compatibility with many desktop-grade games.
With Debian Bullseye, Google Added full Vulkan graphics API support On Chromebook. As a result, the game on the device is much better. This means that Steam and other games based on the Vulkan API will finally be playable on Chromebooks. Currently, the Bullseye build is still working, but if you want to stay on the cutting edge, you can update to Debian Bullseye on your Chromebook. Follow the guide below.
Go to development channel (Chrome OS 94 or later)
1. First, open Settings page From the quick menu panel in the lower right corner.
2. Next, from the left sidebar[Chrome OSについて]Go to[追加の詳細右側のパネルの「」オプション。
4.次に、「ChromeOSについて」ページをもう一度表示して、更新を確認します。 今回は、開発チャネルからChromeOSビルドをダウンロードします。 インストールしたら、Chromebookを再起動すると、Devチャネル（Chrome OS 94以降）に移動します。
chrome://flags Chromeブラウザで「新しいCrostiniコンテナ用のDebianバージョン「。 直接開くこともできます
2. Chromeフラグの横にあるドロップダウンメニューを開き、[[Debian] “”BullseyeChromebook “. Then restart your Chromebook.
3. Next, you need to delete the existing Linux container. Note that this will remove all Linux programs and files stored in the Linux section of the Files app. Therefore, be sure to make a backup.[設定]Open the page[詳細設定]->[開発者]->[Linux開発環境]Go to. next,”deleteThe “” button next to the “Remove Linux Development Environment” option.
4. After removing the existing Linux container, set up a new Linux container on your Chromebook.once again[設定]Open the page[詳細設定]->[開発者]->[Linux開発環境]->[>]Go to. turn on..
Note: If Linux is not installed on your Chromebook, please visit the linked article to fix it easily. If you still have problems, you should change the “Crostini Use DLC” flag to the default.
5. After setting up Linux Bullseye on your Chromebook, open a terminal Execute the following command.. You can see that the terminal is pulling data from the Bullseye repository.
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade -y
6. Finally, run the following command to see if you really are Running bullseye On a Chromebook.
Upgrade Linux to the latest Debian Bullseye build on your Chromebook
Here’s an easy way to install Debian Bullseye on your Chromebook. Note that you need to go to the development channel instead of enabling developer mode. Developer mode is for advanced users who want to debug the OS, but it’s easier to switch to developer mode. Anyway, it’s all from us. If you want to find the best Linux app for your Chromebook or play Albion Online on your Chromebook, check out the linked articles. Also, if you have any questions, please let us know in the comments section below.