I have been working on a solution that is powered by an N2807 bay trail atom board and installed ubuntu 16.04 (latest) in it.
While rebooting linux I often get hangs. After looking at linux community messages, I saw that there was a setting on the BIOS called OS Selection regarding which operating system is booting, and was set to Windows 8. When I set this to Windows 7/Linux (second option), I got back the reboot options but this time usb printing was being blocked.
In cups I get to see that the printer is unavailable while if I return this option back to Windows 8, I can print again. Is there a kernel option I need to add to get back usb functionality?
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Hi @Mæcenas_INTEL ,
I am not sure embedded is the proper forum category for my issue. I am already using the solution in a POS machine that runs Ubuntu 16.04 so I am trying to figure out why this is happening and how to resolve it. I think it belongs more to the bay trail forum (if any exists).
Thanks for your update.
Could you please tell us if the affected designs have been designed by you or by a third-party company? In case that they are third-party units please give the part number, model, name of the manufacturer, where it is stated the information related to it. In case that it is your design, could you please clarify it has been reviewed by Intel and the list the sources that you have used to develop it?
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