This might be off topic, but, ah, bear with me. I found out about the
utility that the subject references, in the first place it was for
something called Chrome OS Flex, and that Google bought a company
who's plans were for turning older laptops, either running an older
Windows release, or even the Mac family members into Chromebooks.
Secondly it was repeated in a totally different site.
And now for the third time around, it seems since this tool is for
creating recovery images of existing systems, I noticed that Google
has itself there, in this case Chromebook CR-48 for example. Isn't
that one an internal reference system not designed for retail
purposes? Oh and there are two others there as well.
Gregg C Levine gregg.drwho8(a)gmail.com
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