If you’ve ever enabled the labs features in Gmail or Calendar, you’ll immediately recognize the idea. These settings are untested, and may not work as expected, but were so much fun to play with that we couldn’t resist including them. Since they’re experimental, they are not officially supported by Centipede or Amplified Labs, but if you need to use them, they’ve been included.
Line 30 - default is false, but can be set to true
If your enrollment network uses 802.1x authentication, Centipede can now try and connect using this authentication model. However, we’ve not tested this thoroughly, so it may take some work to get things working properly in your specific setup. The lines below this are related to the values you’ll need to define according to your Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) method.
Line 39 - default is 0, but can be set to 1
Occasionally, Centipede will be just too darned efficient, and a Chromebook can struggle to keep up. If you notice that Centipede is skipping around or behaving oddly, you may want to try slowing it down by changing this from a 0 to a 1.