Edited by emily at 4-25-2017 23:41 |
Running Ubuntu 16.04 on your Apollo Lake device （eg. Chuwi Lapbook 14.1）
This way is for devices which is installed with Windows 10 and Apollo Lake CPU.
1. If you have installed M.2 SSD disk, it will install to that one, you can't choose the eMMC;
2. If you have SD card in the slot, it will (at least if its a 128 GB) install to the SD card;
2. Ubuntu 16.4 iso
https://m.mediafire.com/folder/j ... ook%2014.1%20Ubuntu
Make bootable USB stick with UltraISO.
Run as administrator.
Continue to Try
a. Plug USB disk into PC, then open UltraISO software, click "file" ---"open: ubuntu-16.04.1-desktop-amd64.iso"
b. Write Disk Image. Close UltraISO after finishing.
Press ESC into BIOS-Boot when you boot the PC, setting "OS select" as Linux. Then press F4 to save and exit.
a. USB disk boot automatically, please choose Install Ubuntu
b. After choosing language, click "Continue" into Wireless interface. (Don't connect wifi) Then click "Continue".
c. Select "Install third-party software for graphics and Wi-Fi hardware, Flash, MP3 and other media"
d. Only select "Install Ubuntu alongside Windows Boot Manager" ,don't select other options, or Windows system will be erased.
e. Then Windows will automatically give space to Ubuntu. Then "Continue" till inputting username and password interface.
f. Select your country
You can remove the USB disk when the interface below occur.
If the Ubuntu don't automatically boot, please forcely restart PC and boot into Ubuntu.
Press F7 to show bootmenu
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