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    Re: Dual Boot tf810c

    Did you ever think about selling it to your brother-in-law?

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    goodintentions,

    I use F8 to bring up the Boot Menu and choose the UEFI USB flash drive. Non UEFI flash drives won't boot.

    Is your flash drive 32-bit UEFI?
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    Quote Originally Posted by IdaUte View Post
    Did you ever think about selling it to your brother-in-law?

    Sent from my ASUS Transformer Pad TF700T using Tapatalk HD
    Haha, what is this obsession with my brother in law?
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    No, mine isn't uefi. Will try again tonight. This is annoying...

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    Mind telling how to make a bootable Linux uefi usb flash drive?
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    Quote Originally Posted by goodintentions View Post
    Mind telling how to make a bootable Linux uefi usb flash drive?
    Sorry, no idea. And it has to be 32-bit. Image for Linux (TeraByte Unlimited) is 64-bit UEFI bootable but it won't boot in the Asus.

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    Bad news.

    So, I just consulted an IT professional on this issue. He assures me that for now it's impossible to boot linux on the clover trail. It looks like microsoft managed to convince intel to design clover trail such that it will always refuse to boot up linux. And android x86 uses a linux kernel.

    The only thing we can do now is wait for someone to figure out how to get around this block.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goodintentions View Post

    He assures me that for now it's impossible to boot linux on the clover trail.
    Is he referring to Secure Boot? You can disable this in the BIOS. Or something else? Secure Boot will prevent Linux from booting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian_K View Post
    Is he referring to Secure Boot? You can disable this in the BIOS. Or something else? Secure Boot will prevent Linux from booting.
    Don't know. I didn't ask. Let me ask him for more detail tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian_K View Post
    Is he referring to Secure Boot? You can disable this in the BIOS. Or something else? Secure Boot will prevent Linux from booting.
    He's referring to the architecture itself. Intel somehow has built it right into the chip to prevent it from running a Linux kernel.

    And yes, I've tried disabling the secure boot. I've tried every setting possible in the bios.

    You seem knowledgeable enough. Help me figure this out.

    PS - My b/f is getting on my case for sounding too foreign.
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    Intel's new Clover Trail chip will support Android & Linux | ZDNet

    This web page says you can install Linux.

    Multi-booting is a hobby. I have 30 bootable partitions on the first HD of one computer. But when it comes to UEFI, I don't know where to start in creating a multi-boot.

 

 
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