[ubuntu-za] Anyone with experience of Connex Litebook?
wesley.werner at gmail.com
Mon Jan 8 06:20:59 UTC 2018
I have no knowledge of that make and model. Try a live-usb on it to see how
it performs. It looks like an Intel chipset + integrated graphics so your
chances are good it will work fine. I don't see why there would be problems
with the SSD. You might need to disable secure boot in the BIOS to boot
from usb though.
Just a word of warning, if you replace the out-of-box OS then your warranty
may be void. use clonezilla or simple dd command to make a copy of the disk
before you install, if you need to restore it for any carry-in warranty.
On Mon, Jan 8, 2018 at 6:36 AM, Ubuntu Bear ZA <zabear1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> new year greetings
> does anyone have knowledge of the SA Connex Litebook? (not the Atom one).
> It weighs very little which makes it something I am interested in - and
> cost very little.
> I basically need something bigger than a tablet - which will not be to
> slow to open a photo or two.
> Game is giving a 3 years warranty.
> I also wondered if there could be problems loading Linux because of the
> small SSD (32Gig). It had MS pre-installed.
> Any comments would be appreciated.
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