Nx Witness Linux Client does work on some Chromebooks

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    Norman Graafsma

    Nice Jeff Jones

    I assume for most Chromebooks, Intel is a mandatory prerequisite. Or AMD, but these are rare in Chromebooks. 
    For ARM you would need 64-Bit and you might be able to use the experimental 64-Bit client applications, while many Chromebooks only support 32-Bit. 

    But it proves the flexibility of Nx Witness software and the capabilities of Chromebook. I think the Beta Linux option on Chromebooks was a good decision in many ways. 

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