I backed the Kickstarter for Khadas Mind: Your Next-Gen Modular Workstation and today (2023-11-11) recieved the Khadas Mind Premium.
Needless to say, that I didn't plan on using Windoof 11 on this beauty. 🤓
So this page is all about me figuring out how to—best 🤞—use Linux on this device—as a daily driver.
I'm planing on leaving Windoof 11 on the SSD—a.k.a. going dual boot—to ease up my life with firmware updates.
That's actually something that I recently learned from my
struggle experience running Linux on the Lenovo ThinkPad X13s Gen 1—where I ended up NOT having a dual boot setup in favour of Debian/ Ubuntu Full Disk Encryption (FDE).
I'm planing on evaluating these Linux distributions/ flavours, in no particular order:
- Intel's Clear Linux
- Stock Debian
- Stock Ubuntu
- Vanilla OS
- OpenBSD (did I say "Linux-only" 🙃)
I've opted NOT for dual-booting Clear Linux OS and Windows
10 11 OS on the same disk, but rather installed a 2nd SSD for installing Clear Linux.
The installation worked w/ out an issue—though the installer did not recognize the Wifi card, thus I had to fall back on Ethernet via external USB-C hub.
Also, after the installation Gnome seems not able to activate Bluetooth. I didn't drill into this issue, so I can't say whether it's an issue w/ the Bluetooth stack in general or (just/ likely) a driver issue, or…
BTW Suspend is working.
TO BE CONTINUED…