Help on Intel NUC6i7KYK

  • Happy New Year everyone!


    I have an Intel NUC6i7KYK with a M.2 SSD.

    I tried few times with no success to install on different partitions Ubuntu and LE.

    In the past worked OK with no EFI support and with a regular SSD and a different HTPC it was no problem to make partitions with USB stick Ubuntu, then install LE and then Ubuntu and via GRUB2 could set it up how to start.

    With M.2 SSD and EFI support it seems that complicates things for me a lot. Any help/guidance?


    Code
    1. https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/products/boards-kits/nuc/kits/nuc6i7kyk.html
  • Is there some type of legacy mode available for the storage devices?

    Do you mean via BIOS settings?

    I think there is some BIOS settings to use "legacy only" but I did not try it.

    1. Install Ubuntu
    2. Create the two LibreELEC partitions, format them ext4 and label them LE_SYS and LE_DAT
    3. Copy LibreELEC's KERNEL and SYSTEM files to LE_SYS.
    4. Create /boot/grub/custom.cfg and boot.
    Code: /boot/grub/custom.cfg
    1. menuentry "LibreELEC" {
    2. search --set=root --label LE_SYS
    3. linux /KERNEL boot=LABEL=LE_SYS disk=LABEL=LE_DAT quiet tty
    4. }