How to install Ubuntu in your Quantum Device

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    • #4921
      Azulle Support Team
      Spectator

      Our devices support GNU/Linux distributions.

      We have units with Ubuntu 14.04 preloaded on them:
      Azulle Quantum Access Mini PC Stick:
      http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01FYBAJIC

      Quantum Access LAN Fanless Mini PC Stick:
      http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01FYE810C

      If you need more information or you have special requests you can always contact us at @azulletech.com”>info@azulletech.com.

      If you want to install Ubuntu on your device with Windows original preloaded on them, there are a couple of things you need to know, please read carefully:

       

      Those devices run a 32-bit UEFI firmware, and will not allow a 64-bit OS to be installed and boot, so in order to install Ubuntu the BIOS has to be changed.

      Disclaimer

      – Changing the BIOS will delete your Windows license key which is embedded in it. Once you make the change you will no longer able to restore Windows because you won’t have the product key embedded in the CPU to activate it anymore.
      – Changing the BIOS will void the warrant.
      – Changing the BIOS cannot be reverted.

      If you still want to install Ubuntu on your Windows device, contact us at @azulletech.com”>support@azulletech.com, we’d gladly assist you with the instructions.

      These are the steps for the installation process:

      1- Download the files and extract them in a folder

      extract

      2- Copy the files to the root directory of a FAT32 formatted USB drive

      3-Restart the device, get access into the BIOS and override the Boot with the USB drive

      overrideBoot

      4-Choose the Install option

      optionInstall

      5-Select your language

      welcomeScreen

      6-Click continue

      7-Select if you want to install third party software, click continue and pick the option Erase disk and install Ubuntu

      optionDisks

      optionDisks2

      optionDisks3

      8-Click continue
      9-Select your location

      locations

      10-Select your keyboard

      key

      11- Fill your information

      userInfo

      12- When installation process ends just press Restart Now

      instfinished

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    • #6054
      Jason Hoomani
      Guest

      Does this process update the BIOS? The download looks like it only installs Ubuntu. Where can I download the BIOS which allows a 64-bit OS to be loaded, destroys the embedded Windows key, etc.?

    • #6253
      Azulle Support Team
      Spectator

      Hello Jason,

      The process above does not update the BIOS, is just the Ubuntu installation process. In order to get the BIOS, please reach us at @azulletech.com”>support@azulletech.com. We’d gladly provide it to you.

    • #7554
      Julius
      Guest

      Will you also support the new Access Plus with Ubuntu 16.04? The 4GB ram and the USB3.0 port make it very interesting for a nice small Linux system.

    • #7863
      Justin S
      Guest

      I have a Quantum Access HDMI Stick, I contacted support and was given the firmware in order to install Ubuntu(Ubuntu was downloaded from this Tutorial.)
      But when i follow these steps i get to step 4, i get a blank black screen and then it just hangs and does nothing after.
      Is there anything i need to change in the bios settings that could be causing this?

    • #11652
      chrisaal
      Participant

      Can this BIOS update also be used to install the 64bit version of Windows 10 Enterprise? I need the 64bit version to be able to get this the Azulle Quantum Access managed by our IT department and hooked up to our corporate network.

    • #12156
      Azulle Support Team
      Spectator

      Hello chrisaal,

      Can this BIOS update also be used to install the 64bit version of Windows 10 Enterprise?

      Unfortunately this BIOS can’t be used for that purpose, the main reason is that there are no drivers for this hardware for Window 64 bit, meaning that most likely the installer will crash.

      Thank you

    • #13528
      harperjiang
      Participant

      The links for Ubuntu devices now display as “currently unavailable”. May I know when they will be available again? Thanks

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