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I just recently bought a Toshiba Chromebook 2. I knew exactly what I was buying when I bought it and I love it it does what I need it to do. I also kept in mind that installing Linux onto it was an option if I eventually wished to do so, and I have now wished to do so. I have attempted doing it so many times and gotten it to work twice however the only issue is after I turn off my machine I can't get back into Linux when I boot it back up. I installed Ubuntu Unity with Crouton and I have no idea if this is user error or something else? Is there a different distro I should use or should I install it a different way? I have no idea, if anybody has an insight on this it will be much appreciated.