Wi-Fi module for UP CORE has already supported. Please click on the link below for UP CORE Datasheet, and take a look at block diagram
Hi Russell, the max current is 1A (5W), it's follow the SATA standard, and power off when you turn off the board (OS shutdown). BTW, you also can get 5V1A from HAT40. Pin2&Pin4, and that 5V won't turn off if power supply stay on
Hi Russell, UP^2 can’t drop down power to GPIO (HAT40pin) & USB when OS shutdown. Unless you switch off the power, GPIO & USB will stay on.
just in case anyone is coming across this thread and is wondering: Ubuntu 16.04.03 LTS is working without problems for me so far. With both the default ubuntu kernel and also with 4.9.45-upboard
Did you manage to resolve this? I must say the decision to switch servers and forums so soon after people are getting delivery of these boards is quite worrying.
I have my Up core running the unbilinux it came with but I'm very unimpressed, its painfully slow (probably only 1 core running).
I would also like to switch to a different linux but info on the process is either not here or hidden away.
Can you get into BIOS with 'Del'? Did you update your BIOS before?
It is a 5V pin header for the FAN
Windows 10 64 bit needs 2GB of RAM and 20GB Disk space. You should be able to install the 32 bit variant.