Nexcom device DNA-113A (Ubuntu Snappy)
manik at canonical.com
Fri Nov 27 19:10:29 UTC 2015
As Mark mentioned, there's no requirement to have UEFI supported BIOS to
consume Snappy. We are working on a generic installer that will be made
with the 16.04 release.
In the meantime, the way to move forward would be to mount the device's
hard disk over USB in your workstation and write a Snappy image to it.
On Fri, Nov 27, 2015 at 8:12 AM, Mark Shuttleworth <mark at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> I don't think UEFI needs to be a hard requirement; it might just be a
> limitation of that particular image. We need to make a more general
> installer than "blat image to disk" for 16.04 LTS :)
> On 27/11/15 12:54, Andrey Smirnov wrote:
> > Good day!
> > I have a Nexcom device DNA-113A. BIOS of this device does not support
> > UEFI, so I couldn't install Ubuntu Snappy on this device. Here is the
> > answer technical support Nexcom:
> > "Per discussing with BIOS and SW teams, we are afraid that DNA113A is
> > not fitting in your needs if Ubuntu Snappy is required, considering
> > that UEFI is not supported by the BIOS of DNA113A (only Legacy
> > supported).
> > We checked the current BIOS of NSA1120A and DNA2120A and got that UEFI
> > is not supported on both the BIOS either.
> > Sorry for the inconvenience caused."
> > Have you any idea how to install Snappy Ubuntu on the device, which
> > does not support the UEFI? Can we use LILO or ONIE boot loaders?
> > --
> > Best regards,
> > Andrey Smirnov
> > Technical expert
> > FACTOR TGC
> > Technology Group of the Companies
> > Moscow, Russia
> > Ph. +7(495)280-33-80 ext. 2204
> > E-mail: aos at fgts.ru
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