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I would like to create a Linux (Ubuntu) boot off the flash card slot in the front of the device. I image this would faster than a USB pen drive.
The BIOS/Boot selection doesn’t seem to have this flash memory as an option. Can any confirm that it is not available (or am I not looking at the correct description)?
Thanks in advance.
PS: The Ubuntu site (wiki) description of enabling the wireless does not work as is. I’m working through it, so I’ll post when I can.
I believe some of us went over this, but I’m not sure on which forum here – you might look around, I think it was posted under the Ubuntu topic. We know the card reader goes through a USB interface, so it might be possible for you to reroute the leaders if you want to take the chance – but I’m not entirely sure about it being that much speedier since they’re both USB based.
Edit: Whoops, found the link! post in hacks & mods
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