Getting The Atom Text Editor To Work On ChromeOS
The Atom Text editor has been growing in popularity since it launched a few years ago. Fortunately it is incredibly easy to get the Atom Text Editor to install on ChromeOS via Project Crostini. Here are the steps:
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Lets start by accessing your Terminal via the “Terminal” application or Gnome Terminal to get into your virtual machine. Once you have the terminal open, simply run the following commands:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gconf2 gvfs-bin git wget curl wget https://atom.io/download/deb -O atom.deb sudo dpkg -i atom.deb sudo apt-get install -f rm atom.deb
Thats all you need to do, You can now launch the Atom Editor by either typing “atom” in the terminal or by clicking on the Atom icon in your ChromeOS Launcher. Happy Coding!