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Ever wanted to play with ChromeOS? A new unofficial 'hack' for Ubuntu lets you do just that - and with a minimum of fuss. The lightdm-chromeos-login project installs the ChromiumOS desktop, compete with the Aura window manager, within Ubuntu. It even lets you login it to a full-blown Chrome desktop straight from the login screen.