I have an Intel® NUC Kit DE3815TYKHE and I finally got some time to reinstall the OS on it. I’d also installed an SSD drive which I had lying on the top shelve of my study room. My intention is to install Ubuntu Core on the eMMC and Ubuntu 16.04 on the SSD. Ubuntu Core to try out the snap packages including the snap package for Azure IoT Edge. Ubuntu 16.04 so that I have a local dev environment instead of having to constantly spin up my Linux VM in Azure just to try things out.
- Upgrade BIOS. At the time of writing this post, the latest BIOS update for this NUC is version 0060.
- Follow the steps of flashing Ubuntu Core on the Intel NUC at the Ubuntu developer page.
- Instead of a standard Ubuntu image, I used the Linux Lite 64bit image. Follow the instructions here. This is based on an Ubuntu 16.04 xenial image.
- Installing the grub bootloader failed for me. Instead I manually installed grub on my Linux Lite drive.
- Open up a shell window. Credit goes to the person who posted on this forum thread. It works like a charm. [Note: anywhere you see “XY” or “X”, change that to the correct drive letter (“X”) and partition number (“Y”) for your LL root partition. To list your partitions, just run lsblk command]
sudo mount /dev/sdXY /mnt
for i in /dev /dev/pts /proc /sys; do sudo mount -B $i /mnt$i; done
sudo chroot /mnt
for i in /sys /proc /dev/pts /dev; do sudo umount /mnt$i; done
sudo umount /mnt
- I turned off UEFI boot, and just stuck to Legacy boot in the BIOS. Works for me.