Onboarding Logseq for Chromebook?

I started using demo.logseq.com and love the possibilities of Logseq (actually thinking of abandoning my beloved Workflowy :face_holding_back_tears:). Now I want to install a more robust version on my Chromebook (Framework Chromebook, Intel i5 (12th gen) with 36G of RAM!!!) to take advantage of the full potential.

However! I’ve searched around in the official documentation, Community, and Discord, but there seems to be lots of outdated and conflicting information. While there is excellent information available after installation, I think it is equally important to provide and maintain up-to-date installation onboarding instructions, preferably at the top of the official documentation.

IMHO, quite a few smart-but-busy people may stop if it seems too “techie” or difficult to find. Let’s give Logseq the best chance we can :partying_face:

Specifically: Does anyone know which Logseq version is likely to provide the most features, while not sacrificing decent (ahem fast) performance on a Chromebook?

  1. Linux (e.g., using Crostini) or…
  2. Windows (e.g., using Crossover)?


They worked for months on an in-app handbook, you can see it announced as coming soon at the end of this page: Logseq 0.9.14: Better Sidebars and Smart Merge for Sync

The Linux and the Windows versions are exactly the same, the Linux one should work with Crostini and it would be preferable because Crostini runs on top of a minimal Linux virtual machine that have almost native performance and better compatibility. But I haven’t tried with Logseq specifically.

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Excellent…THANK YOU (Yes, I’m shouting… :wink:)

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