Hi guys, I know it's a weird topic but bear with me it's pretty important I think.
I really love the simplicity of Godot (and chrome OS as well!) so I'd like to install & run Godot on my chromebook as well.
I have the Acer R13 chromebook (stable channel) - it's pretty good and features the Linux (beta) vitual machine -> meaning we can install linux apps on a separate partition.
Installing things like Gimp/Inkscape isn't that difficult and it seems to work perfectly! (people are doing it with "sudo apt-get install "). Now I'm not a linux expert by any stretch of the imagination but via this method you are installing respective applications from (some) online repository.
The thing is the following: if you download Godot - it's a file that I can't execute on my chromebook (at least after trying every method possible for 1.5 hours, I couldn't). It would be great if someone could help in this department.
I don't want to touch "Homebrew" (since I've seen it in the macOS section) because I think there is a better way to do it (and it would probably fail anyway).