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    Ok i finaly had succes installing Linux MINT 64bit mate desktop. Since most info here is fairly outdated, you do not have to follow the complicated guide anymore. If using windows, RUFUS to make bootable Linux Mint, next step is disabling safe boot stuff in bios, and you need to still copy the bootia32.efi in EFI/BOOT on usb, but after that its ez install. Only problem i had is that the rightmouse click of mousepad does not work. Oh and you still need to follow the sound fix solution for that too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamboo View Post
    Ok i finaly had succes installing Linux MINT 64bit mate desktop. Since most info here is fairly outdated, you do not have to follow the complicated guide anymore. If using windows, RUFUS to make bootable Linux Mint, next step is disabling safe boot stuff in bios, and you need to still copy the bootia32.efi in EFI/BOOT on usb, but after that its ez install. Only problem i had is that the rightmouse click of mousepad does not work. Oh and you still need to follow the sound fix solution for that too.
    I also have Mint Mate 20 installed and it is a very stable install.

    For the touch pad I've always liked this one sudo apt install xserver-xorg-input-synaptics-hwe-18.04

    I also have WIN 10 and also Mint Mate 19.3

    If you want to have a headache try installing any Arch. Ugh!

    The only problem I find with dual booting on the little Asus is the EFI doesn't always catch grub and I just get the grub menu. So most of the time I have to mash Esc key, boot from the uefi menu. Now I don't have the problem once it is booted, only starting after a shutdown. rEFind won't work because it is 64 bit.

    Why they went 32 / 64 is beyond me but that combo is a kind of Frankenstein arrangement. But it is still a nice netbook.

 

 
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