Booting on an IA32 EFI Windows 8 Tablet Intel Atom Z2760 NO LEGACY MODE
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 23, 2013
I did not decide to get this, but i am interested in knowing how i may boot linux on a Windows 8 Tablet with IA32 EFI, and NO LEGACY MODE.
The tablet is an Asus VivoTab tf810c.
Seven problems already:
2) No legacy mode
3) Windows 8
4) No DVD Drive
5) Made by Asus
7) 32 bit only Clover Trail Atom CPU
I can disable secureboot, but I can't find a 32 bit version of any distro with EFI support! The closest i came was a Debian wheezy test disc that froze after GRUB. I have no CD/DVD drive, but i have USB ports and an 8GB (not GiB) flash drive. I need to be able to find a 32bit way to boot both Windows 8 (not allowed to remove it, it's a work machine that I was given permission to put linux on) and Ubuntu or Linux Mint. This will have to be done via USB, due to it being a crappy tablet (again, i wanted a nice desktop PC).
It cannot be 64 bit, because 64 bit instructions are not in this processor (Intel Clover Trail. It WILL work with linux apparently, but not with powersa
LXer: Kids tablet runs Android 4.4 on 64bit Intel Atom
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 9, 2014
Published at LXer:
Collaborating with Intel and DreamWorks, Fuhu is prepping 8- and 12-inch Android 4.4 “DreamTab” tablets for kids, based on Intel’s 64-bit Atom Z3740 SoC. The DreamTab appears to be one of the first Android tablets to offer the Atom Z3740, Intel’s 64-bit version of the Atom Z3000 (“Bay Trail-T”) system-on-chip family. Other tablets that have […]
Can I run Linux on a tablet with an Intel Atom processor Z3740D?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 27, 2013
I am looking at this piece of hardware and want to understand if I could run Debian on it:
according to the website, the dell Venue 8 Pro (2013), has an Atom Z3740D as its processor (1.8GHz Quad-Core) - which if it could run Linux would be way better than any laptop in that range, in my own opinion. I am also worried about the stylus (and its digitizer) and getting it to work - but I think I could probably write whatever X11 would need to pull the information.
Will this work? Atom's are x86's right?
Compatibility with 32bit EFI bootloader and Intel Atom.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 11, 2014
In the last month or so, Microsoft pretty much declared war against Chromebooks, so today there are 3 199$ laptops avaliable. Due to their super low price I'm thinking about buying one and installing Ubunto on it.
I know I't won't be a problem with HP Stream 11 and Acer Aspire E 11 ES1, but I do wonder about ASUS X205TA.
The thing that worries me is the processor, Intel Bay Trail-T Z3735F 1.33GHz (Turbo up to 1.83GHz). Due to the fact that the system requirments says Ubuntu needs at least "Atom 1.6 GHz", and the processor is 1.33/ 1.83 I don't know.
The Second thing is that I read somewhere that "Intel® Bay Trail-T Quad Core Z3735 1.33 GHz Processor requires a 32-bit EFI bootloader. No version of Linux currently supports EFI for their 32-bit spins.", I'm still new at this, I don't know what it means.
So, Will Ubuntu / Xubuntu / Lubuntu work on this processor?
Windows 8 not booting bootmgfw.efi error
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 5, 2013
I can't boot into Windows 8, but I CAN boot into Ubuntu 13.10 (which I installed from a 13.04 live usb and then updated). I'll try to explain what I did as simply and understandably as I possibly can:
1. Had normal, working, preinstalled Windows 8.
2. Wanted to Install Puppy linux and used the windows installer. This didn't work and I tried multiple times, until at some point I manually cancelled (task manager I think) the process and ended un with a GRUB I could not remove.
3. Used Boot-Repair in an attempt to fix this.
4. I don't know why, but this made the laptop unable to boot into Win8: .the computer would go into recovery mode, but I think it couldn't access the partition, since not even refresh/clean reinstall work and I can't access it using Ubuntu now.
5. In an attempt to make it work again, I enabled/disbled UEFI and Secure Boot a few times and tried Boot-repair again. Nothing worked. I also tried Fedora and it wouldn't even get to desktop from the live USB. I also t
Intel Atom 330 Ubuntu 64bit or 32bit
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 25, 2009
Maybe this is a simple question. I installed Ubuntu 32bit on my new Intel Atom 330 based system. Works great. Then I read somewhere that Intel Atom 330 was 64bit prepared. What does this mean?
What should I run? 64bit or 32bit Ubuntu server?
Will there be any benefits (performance, stability etc etc)?
Dual Booting DSL and Windows XP
location: linux.com - date: August 24, 2009
I'm new here and im pretty noob in using Linux. first of all, im sorry for my english grammar..
i'd like to learn everything in linux. since the vista is release, im starting to HATE windows distributions. Now, im decided to study linux starting in DSL. Small is beautiful! Hehe!
can you teach me how to dual boot DSL to Wndows XP?
thanks in advanced! :)
[SOLVED] Intel Atom N570 with Ubuntu, is it viable?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 3, 2011
I am a newbie with Linux and am not a tech bod in any way, having used Ubuntu 11.04 on an old laptop for the last 3 months and I'm finding my way around it and all its additional progs quite well.
I am thinging of purchasing a new 10.1" netbook, one without an OS. It has an Intel Atom N570 CPU, with a 250GB HDD and 2GB RAM.
My question is, will the full Ubuntu 11.04 or 11.10 distros be suited to this machine?
It will mainly be used for e-mail, browsing, photos when travelling and the occasional word processing.
Would be pleased to receive thoughts and ideas.
Max Memory on a 32 bit Ubuntu install on an Intel Atom D525
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 29, 2011
So I have (naively) installed Ubuntu 32 bit even though I believe my system is 64 bit, and I was wanting to upgrade the ram (from 2GB to 4GB+).
I realise that normally the 32bit limit is 4GB, but searching around it seems that if my kernal supports PAE (which Ubuntu 11.10 does right?) then I have go up to 64GB?
However, might I be limited by my mobo? The spec says 4GB max:
cat /proc/cpuinfo gives
vendor_id : GenuineIntel
model name : Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU D525 @ 1.80GHz
flags : fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic mtrr pge mca cmov pat pse36 clflush dts acpi mmx fxsr sse sse2 ss ht tm pbe nx lm constant_tsc arch_perfmon pebs bts aperfmperf pni dtes64 monitor ds_cpl tm2 ssse3 cx16 xtpr pdcm movbe lahf_lm dts
clflush size : 64
cache_alignment : 64
address sizes : 36 bits physical, 48 bits virtual
So with the pae flag set and 36 bits physical address
How can I disable automatic booting into X windows on Ubuntu?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 28, 2012
If I were using any other linux - I would simply disable gdm. But Ubuntu is a strange beast as the user is protected from having to tinker with configurations. Anyway, my preference is to boot to a console and when i need Xwindows unity / gnome shell (what ever it really is now ) i would like to simply type 'startx'.
How can i do this in Ubuntu 12.04?
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