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Thread: The ASUS "Bay Trail" T100 Is Not Linux Friendly

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    Quote Originally Posted by sireangelus View Post
    i actually realized that bay trail has no emt64 support on it, so this might actually be a total waste of time trying to boot anything 64bit on it. As the old atoms did, the actual circuitry is there but is disabled/burned.

    Edit: apparently according to intel's Ark, i'm wrong. They do have emt64;
    They do have emt64, but the question is, why did Intel announce that the initial batch of Bay Trail hardware will only boot 32bit operating systems.

    I doubt most people will even be able to install a fresh copy x64 Windows 8.1 into the T100 unless Microsoft bundles both 32bit and 64bit EFI images in their x64 install ISO.

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    More of these systems from other OEMs are coming out, lets see if their UEFI implementations are any better...

    http://vr-zone.com/articles/hp-omni-...nel/63163.html

    http://vr-zone.com/articles/dell-ven...wer/63127.html

    I'm really interested in one of those. Any luck on booting vanilla x86 distros?

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