Artix Linux on Chromebooks, possible other netbooks. March 02, 2018, 11:26:30 PM Hey guys! So I have finally decided to buy a new netbook since mine is getting old & 32-bit will soon be deprecated completely.I'm currently looking at two different Acer Chromebooks - they both come with an Intel N2840 x86_64 though, so I was thinking I could install Artix Linux onto it! What do you guys think, will Artix work on a Acer chromebook that's x86_64? Is 16GB even enough to install Artix & all the programs/etc I need? :|http://www.factorydirect.ca/acer-cb3-131-c3qf-chromebook-cel2g16gb-116http://www.factorydirect.ca/acer-cb3-131-c5ra-chromebook-cel-4g16gb-116I'm probably gonna get the 4GB one. What does everyone think? I thought they were ARM64 but it would appear they are x86_64. If I'm wrong about that please point it out, because from what I read they are x86_64. Apparently they only have built-in storage, does this mean they don't take SATA harddrives or anything? Meaning I have to fit everything onto 16GB? I just need it to play videos & some old-school emulator games for when I'm on the bus/at appointments.Do you guys see any reason why I should buy the 2GB RAM one over the 4GB RAM one? And finally, if anyone has any other recommendations for good netbooks(laptops with 10-12 inch screens) please let me know! They have to be within $250 CAD though, because I don't have much, Thank you!