Whether you are using it on the old computer, or powerful workstation, Ubuntu Budgie is adaptable to any device, keeping them fast and usable.'.Some devices still do not reboot (or warm restart) correctly which can result in a purple screen or lack of wifi and/or bluetooth on reboot.As Canonical have released Ubuntu 16.04.2 with the rolling Hardware Enablement (HWE) kernels which aim to provide support for the latest hardware I've decided to provide a single kernel which is effectively a HWE 'edge' kernel specifically patched for Intel Atom So Cs in my ISOs to simplify kernel management and create a forward path for future migration to mainline kernels.My kernel is based on Canonical's next 'zesty' kernel which is rebased to v4.10 and also available in 'xenial' as hwe-edge.I am also providing the corresponding kernel update scripts and I will maintain the kernels with security patches and/or Intel Atom So C added functionality/improvements. All the essential applications, like an office suite, browsers, email and media apps come pre-installed and thousands more games and applications are available in the Ubuntu Software Centre. All the essential applications, like an office suite, browsers, email and media apps come pre-installed and thousands more games and applications are available in the Ubuntu Software Centre.Ubuntu Budgie is stable and easy to use that integrates the Budgie Desktop environment into Ubuntu.They will work on other Atom Bay Trail and Cherry Trail with varying success in part due to the functionality provided by the device's BIOS which typically affects the success of bluetooth and assuming the device has either Realtek 8723BS or other officially support wifi including Intel.I've also included the latest patches that try to reduce the random freezes that have been known to occur.
The USB can then be used to boot from after powering-on the device.After installing the command by entering 'sudo apt install pastebinit' you can share the kernel messages log by entering 'dmesg | pastebinit'.This will paste a copy of the output from 'dmesg' to Ubuntu's Pastebin and provide an URL to access it.Also, with Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, applications that use header bars look better under Unity (they have shadows, the windows are resizable, etc.).However, there are still issues with the window corners for some applications.
For installation to the device's internal storage simply run the installer and follow the on-screen instructions.