I don't know too much about Chrome OS. However, I believe it's basically Chrome that runs on top of some version of Linux. If you can find a way to install native Linux software, you can probably get Wine and an emulator installed and running.
Interesting. It's still a new OS, and allot of programs have alternate apps (Skype-Hangouts, Pandora-Spotify etc) but I can't see LM ever develop compatibility for it, much less an alternative that can both compete with LMs features while running smoothly on a Chromebook.
Porting LM to Android wouldn't work well anyway. A new editor from scratch would work better. Of course the job would be easier if FuSoYa released at least the .asm part of Lunar Magic but it's not that hard to adapt the editor into LM's ASM hacks standards.
This thread says sprite tool runs natively on Linux. Has anyone actually tried that? It will compile, but it uses a lot of windows specific stuff (\\, .exe, etc.), so it doesn't work out of the box. Unless I'm using an old version or something, but my version has asar support, so it can't be that old.
Yeah I've gotten those to work now, however has anyone gotten the CFG included with pixi to work with wine? I haven't been able to and it should probably be added to the list unless I'm missing something...