By installing a Google Chrome browser on an ASUS computer, you can set up a home computer as your home-based Linux server.
The Asus Chromebook R7 is a Windows 7-based laptop with a 7th-generation Intel Core i5 processor and 16GB of RAM.
The Acer Aspire R5 is a 10-inch Windows 7 machine with a 10th-gen Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 32GB of DDR3 memory.
The Lenovo ThinkPad Y520 is a 12-inch, Core i7 Windows 7 laptop with 512GB of onboard storage.
The Dell Latitude C720 is a 13-inch desktop with a Core i3-7100U processor and 128GB of memory.
In order to set up the ASUS Chromebook R9, you’ll need to follow the steps below.
Step 1: Connect your ASUS Chromebook to your home networkStep 2: Install Google ChromeStep 3: Download and install the latest version of the Chrome browser, which should be installed on your computerStep 4: Click the Chrome tab in the lower-right corner of your browser.
Step 5: In the left-hand column, click on “Add New Page”Step 6: On the Add New Page page, enter the URL of your ASUS website, and then click the “Next” button.
Step 7: Select the ASUS router, and click NextStep 8: On “Select a router,” select the ASUS routers “WAN port” option.
Step 9: Click “Next.”
Step 10: On your router’s page, click “Next”.
Step 11: Click on the router’s “WLAN” button, and you’ll be prompted to “Configure.”
Step 12: On this page, you need to select a “WAP” port for the router.
You can leave it empty if you don’t have any WAP ports available on your router.
Step 13: Click Next.
Step 14: Click OK to complete the configuration process.
Step 15: Click Continue.